HarvestHeart aka "La Boheme, The Libertine". Just a-broad in America - Phoenix, Arizona
Here will be scientific marvels, incongruities, things of beauty, all things nature, and some things that make you laugh, wonder and ponder a while.
(Talmud quote) "For the unlearned, old age is winter, for the learned, it is the season of the harvest." <<<<<>>>>>
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The Graphonaut’s finely crafted animated GIFs. Simple, mesmerizing, no matter if they are 3D or 2D, analog or digital. Check out his demo reel of pure eye candy:
An & Ria’s #First flight - the full film
"One of the things I hate about today’s world is that we take everything for granted. We communicate through light and electricity, fly in metal vehicles, and listen to music recorded decades ago through airwaves—yet everyone is like “whatever.” Which is why I love this video of two old women flying for the first time.
The action starts to ramp up at the 6 minute mark. Watch till the end, because their emotions after the flight, while they are recounting the experience, are pure gold.” Jesus Diaz
Source: Gizmado & YouTube
HH: Never lose your childlike awe of new experiences. Laugh and be brave. Stay curious. These women are an inspiration, not afraid to try new things at their age.
Diving Head First and Going All In - Gerhard Kummer
Leaf of Many Colors
Indian School Park - downtown Phoenix, Arizona
The park was full of people enjoying grilling and picnics, people on skateboards, bicycles, walking their dogs, feeding the ducks.geese.pigeons, others playing baseball, kick ball, flying kites. Though it is already warm, there was a pretty steady breeze. It’s nice having this big, open park so close to home.