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Very nice T!

Using a simple mirroring technique and adding a splash of color I was surprised to see what I got with these.

I call this one "Raiden"

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And this one "the angel praying for humanity"

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Very nice T!

Using a simple mirroring technique and adding a splash of color I was surprised to see what I got with these.

I call this one "Raiden"

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And this one "the angel praying for humanity"

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Korvex!

Those are beautiful!!!

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I forgot about this photo taken a month or so ago. One of the strangest cloud formations I have ever seen. It looked like I was watching a cartoon.

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60Deg of the view from my home on the island

nazi railroad relics on the Oslo port used as dock edge guards (notice the symbols)

tomb of priest in Nes derelict church (Norway), no cross instead an obelisk with the symbol of ouroboros in a triangle 

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Interesting the Priest has a Kundalini symbol, he must have been quite enlightened. I also not that the plate is removable by the looks  ;)

Cheers for the views T better than the concrete I am surrounded by at the moment..

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OK....this is Reddwolf's Shih Tzu    Jingles....I can now be left alone with Jingles and she doesn't bark or chew on my ankles...and I had her owner's permission to post her pic...Trust me when I say...there is two of them and they have their owner trained well...

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First meal my husband ever cooked for me.

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Then I enjoyed the relaxing view out the window of his home.

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Sheep next door. He told me in the cold months the animals come inside the house to keep it warm.

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Took a stroll through his village.

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Ooo, look at that, one of Paul's first churches. It's closed and out of business.

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And a gravestone.

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Then we drove to Las Vegas but Utah was my favorite with all the canyons.

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I didn't want to post too many pics in one post.

This is when I bought a watermelon. Best watermelon ever, with seeds.

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Still at the watermelon store...

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The family that runs the watermelon store, very nice people. They live really close to my house in the city. I'll always buy my watermelon's from them.

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Strolling through the city my family occupied in the 1300's, I don't know where we came from originally.

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Then I went to a celebration and this was the uniform the boys wore, it was beautiful and deep purple color, I should have used color film.

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The orthodox men were there too.

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I found a rock with my name on it in the backyard of the house I was conceived in. It looks like a screaming fetus too, probably because my mother tried to abort me twice and it didn't work, HA.

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You can see part of the M on the left, the A in the middle and the R towards the right, the Y circles under the screaming fetus looking thing.

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Just a little info about how I found the rock. The night before I had a dream I found a nest of eggs in the backyard of the house, I was just staying there for the summer. I had my great aunt there with me because I didn't want to be alone and I told her the dream and she told me that It was an omen of good luck. But I still wanted to look in the backyard where I found the eggs. My entire life, ever since I can remember as a little girl I always collected rocks, shiny with specks of crystals were my favorite. I think I should have been a geologist or something. Anyway, I always had that urge to collect rocks from the ground, when I found that one I stopped, I haven't had the urge since.

Here's some more pictures. This is a picture that my little girl drew of the earth, it's just below the line swooping across, the star is the sun and that wheel thing is the universe spinning (I think) and the moon is up on the left. My kids usually tell me things but I like pictures too. Lately my little boy has been saying "black scary face". I don't know what he means by that because he's not segregated or taught that different colors are bad.

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These are some fresh almonds and walnuts from my husbands house in the village.

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My oldest daughter's invitation to Yale. She doesn't go there but, you'd be a show off too, especially coming from an uneducated person like me. I'm just self taught.

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This is my youngest next to his dad before he got his real ipad.

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These are some pictures I took at a conservatory. I like detail and close ups.

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I like to cook stuffed peppers.

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Rice pudding, I only have a taste for that a couple times a year.

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Spinach, eggs and rice, one of my favorites. Before the eggs are cooked.

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I also like to make homemade chick-fil-a sandwiches. Haha, I eat those on a cow plate.

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These are some kids from the suburb my grandmother is from.

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They really liked having their pictures taken.

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These ones were naked, just walking down the street.

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I tease my husband sometimes about how the Gypsies in my city are treated better than his. These are from a different region. This place was really smelly, so bad I could taste it, toxic chemical taste.

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This is when I met Rambo and his sisters, they told me that they weren't trying to steal a bike and that it was theirs. hehe, we had pizza for lunch that day.

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This is at Rambo's house.

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This is the paralyzed twin, he's my little Gypsy King.

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I also like to bake cookies. These are peanut butter flax seed cookies, they were supposed to be gluten free when when I cleaned out my grinder from the almonds with oatmeal I dumped the oatmeal flour in and, they are the best cookies!

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This is my middle child, I only have 3, eating her first fig. My husband won't eat figs because of the snakes that live in those trees. Even the snake is named after the fig, smokvah but the snake is called a smok. They eat the figs too. Once he was going somewhere with his friends and this donkey wouldn't let them walk past, he said it was like the donkey was trying to tell them something and when they got around it, finally, there was a huge pile of those fig eating snakes, yuck.

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She looks like her dad.

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She always has that mean look on her face too like her dad. Secretly giving the middle finger too.

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Here she is making a mess with the dog.

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Here she is being mean again.

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Thanks for sharing your life with us Nah, beautiful memories you must have. Btw, it's never too late, BE a Geologist if you wish. You don't need a piece of paper to qualify you to do what you love.

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Thanks for sharing your life with us Nah, beautiful memories you must have. Btw, it's never too late, BE a Geologist if you wish. You don't need a piece of paper to qualify you to do what you love.

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Haha, thanks. It's my husbands turn next, he has an ancestor that buried a lot of treasures underground and he needs to go with a metal detector to find it. His village is under protection because of all the buried treasures there so people can only dig on their own land. Some stranger approached his father and told him he had a dream about it and asked if he could dig and his father told him to GTFO his land. It's high up on a mountain.

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