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Water and board. Cave. Morocco. Photo by Sarah Wohlner.

Water and board. Cave. Morocco. Photo by Sarah Wohlner.

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39 Inspirational Quotes About Life

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“Kraftwerk released ‘Computer World’ in 1981, and it has been living in that world for three decades — a world of constant upgrades and updates. That leads to a retrospective that’s not satisfied just to look back.”

“Kraftwerk released ‘Computer World’ in 1981, and it has been living in that world for three decades — a world of constant upgrades and updates. That leads to a retrospective that’s not satisfied just to look back.”

My life will b complete the day i get to see this place and some other islamic art and architectures:) Esfahan Iran by Kazuyohi Nomachi :-)

My life will b complete the day i get to see this place and some other islamic art and architectures:) Esfahan Iran by Kazuyohi Nomachi :-)

North Africa  The Amazigh are a sub group of the Berbers, a semi-nomadic people of Morocco, Tunisia, Libya and other areas of North West Africa. Beautiful traditional dresses.

North Africa The Amazigh are a sub group of the Berbers, a semi-nomadic people of Morocco, Tunisia, Libya and other areas of North West Africa. Beautiful traditional dresses.

Credit: U.S. Geological Survey Earth Selfie Can you see the eye, hooked nose and mouth in this satellite image of Morocco? Seeing faces (or other images) in random things is called pareidolia. This Earth selfie was captured on Jan. 26, 2015 by Landsat 8. The face is looking over the waters just off Morocco's coast, with the city of Agadir underneath the chin. The irrigated farms of the Souss Valley are colored red.

Credit: U.S. Geological Survey Earth Selfie Can you see the eye, hooked nose and mouth in this satellite image of Morocco? Seeing faces (or other images) in random things is called pareidolia. This Earth selfie was captured on Jan. 26, 2015 by Landsat 8. The face is looking over the waters just off Morocco's coast, with the city of Agadir underneath the chin. The irrigated farms of the Souss Valley are colored red.

Atlas was the son of the Titan Iapetus & Clymene, He married Pleione who bore the seven sea deities with the name Pleiades Nymphs with the name "Hesperides", also known as the "Daughters of Evening".Unlike his brothers he fought with the other Titans supporting Cronus against Zeus. Due to Cronus's advance age Atlas lead the Titan's in battle. As a result he was singled out by Zeus for a special punishment and made to hold up the world on his back.

Atlas

Atlas was the son of the Titan Iapetus & Clymene, He married Pleione who bore the seven sea deities with the name Pleiades Nymphs with the name "Hesperides", also known as the "Daughters of Evening".Unlike his brothers he fought with the other Titans supporting Cronus against Zeus. Due to Cronus's advance age Atlas lead the Titan's in battle. As a result he was singled out by Zeus for a special punishment and made to hold up the world on his back.

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