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HH:  That’s as close to ecstasy as I can imagine - wet and wild chimp

HH:  That’s as close to ecstasy as I can imagine - wet and wild chimp

Water Fountain Ball 

Water Fountain Ball 

Sandhills ranchers, Nebraska. - Jim Richardson

Sandhills ranchers, Nebraska. - Jim Richardson

mental escape into another dimension 

mental escape into another dimension 

Water writing by Solidarites International

Long Bridge -  Folkert Gorter

Long Bridge -  Folkert Gorter

My Motley Crew

My Motley Crew

Racoon tracks by the water - I have yet to see the critters out there in the daylight.

Racoon tracks by the water - I have yet to see the critters out there in the daylight.

10bullets:

(by Mirek)

HH:  bathing bird

10bullets:

(by Mirek)

HH:  bathing bird

waterspout

waterspout

Miya Ando’s Flotilla of 1,000 Bioluminescent Leaves

Miya Ando’s Flotilla of 1,000 Bioluminescent Leaves

Winter Reflections

Winter Reflections

The WaterWheel is designed to transport three to five times as much water as traditional methods -
Health benefits aside, the WaterWheel stands to increase productivity in rural areas by significantly reducing the time spent transporting water. According to Wello, women in these regions spend an average of 25 percent of their day collecting water for their families. With an potential to transport three to five times the amount of water that can be carried using traditional methods, the WaterWheel has the potential to free up time for more constructive activities such as education and food preparation. - See more at: http://www.gizmag.com/wello-waterwheel-water-transport/30325/#sthash.qTpKdWJy.zNHwDwmP.dpuf
 
See more at: http://www.gizmag.com/wello-waterwheel-water-transport/30325/#sthash.qTpKdWJy.dpuf

The WaterWheel is designed to transport three to five times as much water as traditional methods -

Health benefits aside, the WaterWheel stands to increase productivity in rural areas by significantly reducing the time spent transporting water. According to Wello, women in these regions spend an average of 25 percent of their day collecting water for their families. With an potential to transport three to five times the amount of water that can be carried using traditional methods, the WaterWheel has the potential to free up time for more constructive activities such as education and food preparation. - See more at: http://www.gizmag.com/wello-waterwheel-water-transport/30325/#sthash.qTpKdWJy.zNHwDwmP.dpuf

See more at: http://www.gizmag.com/wello-waterwheel-water-transport/30325/#sthash.qTpKdWJy.dpuf

Larsen Ice Shelf

Larsen Ice Shelf