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Sovint és quan el sol declina que el mires. by Fotourbana, via Flickr

Sovint és quan el sol declina que el mires. by Fotourbana, via Flickr

snowy web - Coralie Mercier photograph *if the silk has the strength of steel I wonder what the comparable weight of the snow is ..

snowy web - Coralie Mercier photograph *if the silk has the strength of steel I wonder what the comparable weight of the snow is ..

Ruby and Weiss make for great partners. I feel so because they are almost total opposites, but one makes up for what the other is lacking. A deadly combination These two lovely pieces were drawn by the amazing kageuri. Lovely work http://kageuri.deviantart.com/                                                                                                         ~Strider

Ruby and Weiss make for great partners. I feel so because they are almost total opposites, but one makes up for what the other is lacking. A deadly combination These two lovely pieces were drawn by the amazing kageuri. Lovely work http://kageuri.deviantart.com/ ~Strider

El monte Wudang, legendario y misterioso, es el lugar de origen de algunas delas formas de kung-fu más famosas de China: tai chi chuan, boxeo bagua, boxeo xing yi además de diversas y fascinantes formas de esgrima wudang

El monte Wudang, legendario y misterioso, es el lugar de origen de algunas delas formas de kung-fu más famosas de China: tai chi chuan, boxeo bagua, boxeo xing yi además de diversas y fascinantes formas de esgrima wudang

Auroras: What makes them happen? An aurora happens when energetic electrically charged particles, like electrons, collide with atoms of gas as they accelerate along the Earth’s magnetic field lines in the upper atmosphere. Those collisions cause the atoms to give off light. Auroras are a lot like neon signs, except that the conducting gas is in the Earth’s ionosphere instead of inside a glass tube.

Auroras: What makes them happen? An aurora happens when energetic electrically charged particles, like electrons, collide with atoms of gas as they accelerate along the Earth’s magnetic field lines in the upper atmosphere. Those collisions cause the atoms to give off light. Auroras are a lot like neon signs, except that the conducting gas is in the Earth’s ionosphere instead of inside a glass tube.

ALUMNES DE PRIMER (6 ANYS)                     Ahir quan vam arribar a l'escola, teníem el patí ple de bassals d'aigua. Havia plogut tot...

ALUMNES DE PRIMER (6 ANYS) Ahir quan vam arribar a l'escola, teníem el patí ple de bassals d'aigua. Havia plogut tot...

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