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A Watershed Moment

Carpe Diem, Ocean of Posts

A watershed moment by Daniel Beltrá: “Water in Iceland’s Ölfusá River flows around sandbars toward the Atlantic Ocean. The Ölfusá is Iceland’s largest river, and its watershed drains 2,355 square miles (or one-seventh of Iceland).” Mesmerizing, isn’t it? Love the…

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Snow, born to melt

Carpe Diem, Ocean of Posts

Why do we forget that the snow was born to melt and the leaves were born to fall and the sun was born to set? Why do we forget that the snow was born to dance and the leaves were…

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Kim’s 2015 highlights

Kim Leuenberger, Ocean of Posts

Looking back can sometimes be amazing to reflect on the things that happened. When you take a look at Kim’s instagram, it is filled with so many beautiful moments. So when I asked Kim to look back at 2015, these…

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Work Together

Ocean of Posts

“Early morning in the field,” writes photographer Malgorzata Walkowska, and apparently the farmer in the background isn’t the only one who rose early to tend to his work: A hardworking spider has been busy spinning an intricate web on plants…

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Celsus Library – Turkey

Ocean of Posts, Travel Adventures

Located in Ephesus, Turkey, is the ancient Roman library that was built in 117A.D.; the Celsus library, in honor of the Roman Senator Tiberius Julieu Celsus Polemaeanus, built by his son Gaius Julius Aquila. The library was built to store…

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Fancy That – April

Kyle DeWitt, Ocean of Posts, Photography

This is another one of Kyle’s favorite pictures. And I totally get why. I met April 2 years ago (time flies) and she is a very kind, enthusiastic, fun,… person. Do check out her fashion blog “Fancy That.” Here is…

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Dockweiler Beach

Kyle DeWitt, Ocean of Posts, Photography

Another favorite photo of Kyle DeWitt. What I personally love about this photo is that it makes me wonder what the person at the end of the dock is thinking.  It gives a ‘sad’ impression, but as you’ll read in…

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