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In love with this ottoman. Just low enough to make a suitable place to sit when space is at a premium, but also perfect to rest feet and/or trays of refreshments for your every day.- love the big window.

Seven colors Earth. Chamarel. Mauritius        The earths are particularly unusual; created by volcanic rocks that cooled at different temperatures, the earths form beautiful patterns of color in the exposed hillsides. And if you mix the colored earths together, they'll eventually settle into separate layers.   Over the millennia, the rocks were pulverized into sands which have the amazing property of settling into distinct layers: if you take a handful of each of the seven different colors…

Seven colored Earth. Mauritius The earths are particularly unusual; created by volcanic rocks that cooled at different temperatures, the earths form beautiful patterns of color in the exposed hillsides.

Osoyoos, South Okanagan, British Columbia

Spotted Lake near Osoyoos, South Okanagan Valley, BC, British Columbia, Canada - Historical First Nations Sacred Mineral Waters

Rio Tinto, Spain

The waters of the Rio Tinto, Spanish for "painted river," are an eerie and beautiful reddish brown, but the real story behind the rich colors is not so pretty.

Caño Cristales, Colombia

Caño Cristales, located in the Sierra de la Macarena - Colombia. It is known as the river of five colors, because the production of algae, which form a rainbow on his bed just beauty (waterfalls)

The Plain of Jars. Thousands of giant stone jars are scattered around the Xieng Khouang plain in Laos and form one of the most bizarre archaeological collections, appearing in clusters and ranging from a single jar to several hundred, on the lower foothills surrounding the central plain and upland valleys.    Read more >> http://www.pasthorizonspr.com/index.php/archives/09/2011/understanding-the-mysterious-plain-of-jars#ixzz1XpS76Iwd  Read the Archaeology News - then buy the Trowel at Past…

One strangest archaeological sites in the world is the "Plain of Jars," which actually consists of about a hundred separate sites scattered .

Tomato Festival in Spain!

A reveller is covered with tomato pulp after the annual "Tomatina" (tomato fight) in the Mediterranean village of Bunol, near Valencia August


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