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My favorite part of New Zealand The Coromandel and Hahei beach and caves, have Kayaked this area  extensively and if anything it's more beautiful in real life than any photos could convey



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Yes it is an "awesome" world, and some humans help make it that way too...a couple examples follow.

"The moment in which this Ohio athlete stopped to help an injured competitor across the finish line during a track meet."


Image The Daily Call, Mike Ullery / AP

"17-year-old Meghan Vogel was in last place in the 3,200-meter run when she caught up to competitor Arden McMath, whose body was giving out. Instead of running past her to avoid the last-place finish, Vogel put McMath’s arm around her shoulders, carried her 30 meters, and then pushed her over the finish line before crossing it."

"This photograph of a man giving his shoes to a homeless girl in Rio de Janeiro."

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There are too many of them to put here, so please go see for yourself.  I decided these two were what I wanted to show the rest at the link below.http://cavnews.wordpress.com/2013/07/16/21-pictures-that-will-restore-your-faith-in-humanity/

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Beautiful you guys. Thank you.

Bruce Omori says this

“Through these images I’ve captured, my desire is to share with you, the beauty I see, the Hawai‘i I love. E hui p? i kealapono – Please join me on my journey of rediscovery!”


From the Big Island of Hawaii where I have stood and watched the lava flow into the ocean.


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"This past January, a massive storm hit across Portugal that produced strong winds of up to 80 miles per hour and heavy rain. The disaster, described as the biggest natural catastrophe in Portugal in recent years, was caused by a freak cyclone weather phenomenon called an explosive cyclogenesis.

One of the areas where you could see nature in all its fury was in Porto, on the jetty that houses the Felgueiras Lighthouse. Photographer Veselin Malinov was on hand, where he was able to capture these incredible shots of enormous waves that seemed as if they wanted to swallow anyone that got in their way.

Huge walls of water surrounded those crazy enough to walk along the jetty. Malinov included those figures to, not only show a sense of scale, but also, perhaps, to show the fearlessness (or madness) of those willing to go near."  The pics are truly awesome.


Tx Reddwolf and Icanseeatoms

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