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Fanad Lighthouse, Donegal, Ireland

The Fanand Head Lighthouse, County Donegal, Republic of Ireland

Cala Goloritzè beach in Sardinia, Italy

Cala Goloritzè beach in Sardinië, Italië - Gardening Prof

Tavolara, Sardinia | by Luca Picciau on Flickr

Tavolara Island, Sardinia, Italy je ve voyager à Tavolara Island en Sardinia…

Viaggiare: la passione numero uno in assoluto! La foto scelta è una caletta della Costa Smeralda, mio luodo d'origine nonchè meta frequente delle mie vacanze estive. #italianfood

The stunning landscapes of the Costa Smeralda, north of Sardinia

Love the pool. Should have been a fish. At least 5 hours a week doing water aerobics.

WaterGym is a deep-water aerobic workout for men and women which mimics running, biking, weight lifting & more! Excellent flotation belt and workout videos sold here!

Cala di Luna, Sardinia, Italy by Eva0707

Cala di Luna, Sardinia, Italy by

2010 Cup Champions

Kane - doesn't get much better than this.


Moon Casting Shadows On A Snowy Night ~ Creative and super professional photographer, Veronika Pinke, is based in Germany. Her photography produces beautiful pictures with absolutely amazing colors.

Blind Beach and Goat Rock in Sonoma Coast State Park, Jenner, CA -- to check out next time.  Supposedly great place to watch the sunset  Great place to beat the heat in-land in the summer

Blind Beach and Goat Rock in Sonoma Coast State Park, Jenner, CA. Dogs can go to Blind Beach


bitznpieces: Doggie Walks (by Lαdy Toяi ♥)

Capri | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Isle of Capri, Italy. Such a gorgeous place.

Stintino, Province Sassari, Sardegna region, Italy - My grandparents came from Thiesi, in Province Sassari.

Another summer escape in Stintino, Sardinia - chryssa travel

Blue Grotto, Capri,  Italy  #PlacestogoinItaly

Blue Grotto, Capri, Italy #PlacestogoinItaly

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From the Earth upwards is about 10 miles to the stratosphere, and short wave blue light tends to scatter giving our sky its bluish tint during the day. In the late afternoon, it is about 20 miles to the horizon plus the same 10 miles to the stratosphere. Only the long wave red light can penetrate this larger distance, so sunsets are oranges and reds, such as here giving these snowy branches an ironic "fiery" cast.

Some Awesome Things at a Place: Winter sunrise!