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Photography Arkive Year Beta: September 24: 2016: September 23: 2017

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Mule Deer Fawn















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Water Painting















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Artist Aoife Van Linden Tol

















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Dayscape: The Homebound Aeroplane














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August Light Falls















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Skyscape August 12: 2017














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How Do You Do












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This Scanning Electron Microscope:SEM Image Shows a Gel-Like Material:Xerogel After It Has Been Dried O and It Now Resembles a Dried-Out River















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The Day One Looks at This Tomatoe and Does Not Kneel in Wonder is the Day One Must Go and Seek Help to Get Some Sense of Wonder















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Home Bound














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The Low River Left Enough Water in a Perfect Stone-Cup for the Sun to Paint



















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Glowing Corals









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Image: Credit: Professor Joerg Wiedenmann: C D'Angelo: University of Southampton

Victoria Falls










Image: UN Photo:Evan Schneider

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Coral Jonas: Head of Discovery and Learning at Dartmoor Zoo: Studied and Graduated in Zoo Conservation Biology From the University of Plymouth
















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Jul-Eye Second 2017

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Mushroom Bloomed at the Bus Stop: June 08 2017















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I Am June Thirtieth for First of July














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The Squirrel That Came to Say Hello















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The Elleesium Sampo Eternal















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Rendition of Xidi Village

Rendition of Xidi Village Series No. 2:1991: Mixed media printed with water-soluble ink on paper: Being Exhibited at Exhibition: Ying Tianqi: What Remains in Ruins: Hong Kong: Open Until August 27: ‽: 260617

The Potatoe-Earth














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Flap-Necked Chameleon Or Chamaeleo Dilepis















Image: Taken by Dr Tim Cockerill, at the Mashatu Reserve in Eastern Botswana. Dr Cockerill is a Senior Lecturer in Natural History at the University of South Wales ‽: 090517

Aarhus University Campus Denmark
















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Worlds That We Can Only Imagine
















This illustration shows the possible surface of TRAPPIST-1f, one of the newly discovered planets in the TRAPPIST-1 system. Scientists, using the Spitzer Space Telescope and ground-based telescopes, have discovered that there are seven Earth-size planets in the system. Image: NASA:JPL-Caltech  ‽: 170417

La Casa Bianca














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April 2017















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The Sunset: Stand Here and Imagine Yourself as the Mirror and Now Spell the Infinite Beauty That Humanity Can Fathom, Resonate  and Become













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University of New Hampshire USA Chinese New Year Celebrations 2017



Imagine in Beijing the cup is filled with the night crafted water in
Which tea-leaves blended itself a liquorice of splendour as the sun
As dawn shone in the east with her rose-red-fingers as Homer saw
As silence a magnificence of magnetic whirls and twirls all a-flutter

Imagine that all the blood thus rushes and runs not knowing why or
Where yet they rush and run calling out notes that no one can hear
Like the way the sun lights make the molecules and atoms inside a
Suddenly bloomed Hibiscus where your eyes are fixed in only joys

And imagine that tea cup imagine that dawn imagine that hibiscus
In your eyes and one outside that makes biochemistry's lab in quiet
Imagine that a-flutter magnetic magnificence imagine your soul as if

Outside she is as the skies as the air as the spheres spires and squares
As the breeze flows over your hair where the sun plays Ithacan-Isfahan
And you raise your hand picking the cup and you utter: Magnificent


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Spring 2017












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The Snow Festival 2017 University of Ottawa






















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Timescape 2017: The Princess and the Bear

In the time-kept city' what time erases and what it keeps are not the same and along the way what it creates. It is not clear as to whether anyone created this or it just got etched out by erosion but it is a piece of work,
let us call it, The Princess and the Bear: A Young
Princess dressed in black and white, wearing mask,
with her Bear standing at this vantage point
to take in the view that reflects her dress.
Yet the backgrounds defines her.













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The Coliseum 2016: Ohie Mayenin














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A View Over Lisbon
















View of the Castle de São Jorge overlooking the historical centre of Lisbon. Image: UN:Clara Pereira: ‽: 070117

The Christmas Day Mushroom 2016




On Christmas Day 2016 Found This, Grown on a Church Wilderness











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Joan of Arc: Between the Two Points of Existence Shines Existence to Show What It Aspires to Become

A plaque marking the place where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake, Old Marketplace, Rouen. Image: Jean-Noël Lafargue

Joan of Arc was born here. Image: Thiemo Gamma, Schweiz

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Lake Tahoe, What Keeps You So Blue?









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The Shadow Bloom














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The Sky Mermaid Heart: October 14: 2016

The River's years' of daily works of high and low tides, crafted this heart-shape on the solidity of the cemented steps. It was not a heart shape for decades in which it was observed, but eventually, there it came to be on October 14, 2016 when we appeared to observe it. But to give it life, because, now, there was enough room to contain just enough water so that when the light arrives with its brush and the sky arrives with its paints, they would find enough water to begin a water-work-painting. And they together, created a Sky-Mermaid, that seems to be drawing a blue-heart on the sky-blue-tinged water-edges and as can be seen, she is almost done! Look on the bottom right corner where she appears  just to slide over the last hurdle of the stone, which she is almost to finish over and then down slide-flow and right and way up to reach the point where she had begun and the Heart is complete. So, here, is the painting of the Sky Mermaid Heart.

If Soren Kierkegaard is right to say that humans' job in this life is to 'make heart'; as if this heart is the 'fruit' of the 'human-tree' for a tree is to be 'judged by its fruit' so that human-tree's fruit must be love by which it should be judged as the tree is judged by its fruit: then, this is what and how our life should look like in what we become, say, what we do, what we think, what we imagine, what we create, what we give, what we learn, how and in what and in what ways we use and invest our time in this being and becoming that what we aspire to do, what we aspire to achieve and what we inspire others to rise to seek to be, do and achieve. October 16: 2016

The Heart Lake on Mars


























Valleys much younger than well-known ancient valley networks on Mars are evident near the informally named the Heart Lake on Mars. This map presents colour-coded topographical information overlaid onto a photo mosaic. Lower elevations are indicated with white and purple; higher elevations, yellow. Image: NASA:JPL-Caltech:ASU. Readmore

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The Ventana October Eleven 2016

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A Thing of Beauty: A Joy Forever: John Keats

Dr Kathryn Rudy, Who is a Senior Lecturer of Art History at The University of St Andrews, Has Written a Book: Piety in Pieces: How Medieval Readers Customised Their Manuscripts, Which Looks Into Worlds of Human Minds Seeking to Make Their Marks














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October Rainbow 2016













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September Bloom 2016














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Autumn Wood 2016














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The Eye in the Photography Arkive Year Alpha September 24:2015-September 23: 2016














The Eye: Charlotte Epstein: Image: Camberwell College of Arts: ‽: 290616













Light as Colour in a London Winter Dusk: ‽: 150416

The Joy : The Humanion 111015





Sky-Heart April 08, 2016












Ugab River, Northern Namibia













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Image: Image Credit: NASA/GSFC/METI/ERSDAC/JAROS, and U.S./Japan ASTER Science Team

 New York Under Snow Saturday 02, 2016

It was 76 F on Friday that tumbled to 32 on Saturday night
and New York is all under snow: April 02, 2016.
J. Everet Green: Chief Deputy Editor














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Pluto in Colour


This image of Pluto was captured by Ralph/MVIC colour camera














This enhanced color image of Pluto highlights the many subtle color differences between Pluto's distinct regions. The image data were collected by the spacecraft’s Ralph/MVIC color camera on July 14 from a range of 22,000 miles (35,000 kilometers). Credits: NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI

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Lake Amadeus














Sentinel-2A captured Lake Amadeus in Australia’s Northern Territory on 19 December 2015. Released 30/03/2016 4:18 pm: Copyright Copernicus Sentinel data (2015)/ESA. Readmore    P: 020416    Up

North Western Australian Coast Seen form ISS










During an International Space Station flyover of Australia, NASA astronaut Jeff Williams (@Astro_Jeff) captured a colorful image of the coast and shared it with his social media followers on March 29, 2016, writing, "The unique terrain of the northwestern Australian coast."

Image Credit: NASA

( Editor: Sarah Loff: NASA)


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The Saturnara








Saturnmore: Seemore: Wondermore

NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute

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Greenland's Ice Sheet From 40,000 Feet











The Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) field campaign team is flying NASA’s G-III aircraft at about 40,000 feet. On a clear day, this altitude also provides a stunning perspective of one of the world’s two great ice sheets (the other is Antarctica). The flight Saturday, March 26, over the northeast coastline was one of those clear days. The OMG team is now just a few flights away from mapping glacier heights around the entire coast of Greenland. These measurements will form the baseline of this first-of-its-kind experiment, clarifying the picture of how Greenland’s glaciers are responding at a time when many signs point to accelerating change. OMG will pave the way for improved estimates of sea level rise by investigating the extent to which the oceans are melting Greenland’s ice. OMG will observe changing water temperatures and glaciers that reach the ocean around all of Greenland from 2015 to 2020. ( Editor: Sarah Loff: NASA). Image Credit: NASA. Readmore

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The Blue














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Light-craft, Life-craft, Matter-craft on Concrete














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Lights Dimmed at UN Headquarters to Observe Earth Hour, March 19, 2016














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March 16, 2016










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Bark and Light














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Full-Circle Panorama Beside 'Namib Dune' on Mars










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Spring in a Compost Pot at a London Underground Station














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ISS046e009103: 160116 Scott Kelly Took This Picture of the Bahamas













In orbit around the Earth onboard the International Space Station NASA astronaut Scott Kelly captured this blue water image in his "Earth Art" series and tweeted it out with this message: " A splash of #EarthArt over the #Bahamas! #YearInSpace ".

( Editor: Mark Garcia: NASA)

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The Joy-gift of the Leap-day Peony of the Leap Year 2016: The Leap-Day Peony on February 29, 2016















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When Life Paints and Light Sings

A tree has worked many years to produce this piece of work on which suddenly last additional leap year February day arrives with the light that sings













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A New Moon Rises is a exhibition where images from NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) will be on display at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. beginning Feb. 26.










Lava flows have spread across the floor of this large collapsed area. Their lack of impact craters and steep sides show that they erupted relatively recently. Credits: NASA/Goddard/Arizona State University


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Window Majestic February 23, 2016














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Wonders of Mars Light Toned Deposit in the Aureum Chaos Region on Mars















The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter acquired this closeup image of a light-toned deposit in Aureum Chaos, a 368 kilometer (229 mile) wide area in the eastern part of Valles Marineris, on Jan. 15, 2015, at 2:51 p.m. local Mars time. The objective of this observation is to examine a light-toned deposit in a region of what is called “chaotic terrain.” There are indications of layers in the image. Some shapes suggest erosion by a fluid moving north and south. The top of the light-toned deposit appears rough, in contrast to the smoothness of its surroundings.
The University of Arizona, Tucson, operates HiRISE, which was built by Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp., Boulder, Colorado. NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a division of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, manages the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Project and Mars Science Laboratory Project for NASA's Science Mission Directorate, Washington. Image Credit: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona. Caption: HIRISE Science Team. Editor: Sarah Loff: NASA. Seemore   P: 220216

Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy at Christchurch International Airport, New Zealand















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Swanella Blues















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ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2015 - The Birds and the Bees Category Adult Runner Up - Orange Tipped Butterfly by Samuel Bayliss














The ZSL Animal Photography Competition 2016 Seeks Entries from Photographers of the World: Deadline: May 15  P: 160216

Aqua Light Paints












The Other Side of the Sky: Danish Artist Joachim Koester's Exhibition at Turner Contemporary, Margate: Kerry Schleifer

Turner Contemporary

Kerry Schleifer, Arts Editor  P:150216

Blue Blossoms on Stone













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Solar Exposition











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Shadow Vase



















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The Antarctica Expedition












Released 05/02/2016 4:16 pm: Copyright Belgian Polar Secretariat: The 2015-16 Belgian Antarctic Research Expedition includes a team of technicians and researchers specialized in glaciology, climatology and geomorphology in charge of various Belgian and international scientific projects. These projects are key to the understanding climate change and sustainability of the planet. Readmore  P: 090216

The Lightning-drawn Human on Earth














Title: Striking lightning from space: Released 27/01/2015 11:28 am: Copyright ESA/NASA
Lightning illuminates the area it strikes on Earth but the flash can be seen from space, too. This image was taken from 400 km above Earth in 2012 by an astronaut on the International Space Station travelling at 28 800 km/h. At these distances a camera flash is pointless to take night-time images of Earth, but our planet moves by so quickly images can end up being blurred. ESA’s Nightpod camera aid compensates for the motion of the Station, allowing for crystal-clear night images such as these. The target stays firmly centred in the frame, so the final image is in focus. Astronauts can set up the device to take ultra-sharp images automatically using off-the-shelf cameras.A short video time-lapse of this sequence can be found here showing the thunderstorm passing underneath the International Space Station.


Posted: December 12, 2015


Ebola Poster Monrovia City Corporation















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Rose Petals Find Themselves in a Mythical Place














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Reflections Skies Trees

This is a photo of trees and skies reflected on a puddle (the bottom image) which then is turned heavenwards so that now one is facing the earth and the other facing the heavens

















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The United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva















UN Human Rights Council in Geneva. UN Photo/Jean-Marc Ferré   P: 060216

The Cup of Light-Green













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This is How a Tree Paints a Portrait (with a little help from the rain to shine it)

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Poetry of the Heavens: Poetry of the Heavens: You Did Not See These Skies Where I Found Lights and Their Photon-golds

























Posted: February 01, 2016

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A Rose Petal in the Rain on the Pavement of London

Arctic Ice: Credit: ESA Image Posted: 170116

1st Prize in Photography at The The Windsor Festival Youth Creative Schools Competition 2015 Blue Architectural Form: Sangita Ganesh, Churchmead School: Posted: 160116

A Mushroom on a Car Park













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City Seagull: I Survey the Depth of Solitude with the Beam of Light; Even if I am a Seagull!














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A Good Walk to Remember of 2015

Official White House Photo: Lawrence Jackson

Americans also shared in some more personal moments with the President, like when he walked across the Edmund Pettus Bridge 50 years after the first marches from Selma to Montgomery


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Happy New Year: Posted: January 4, 2016

Aargau, Switzerland
















Released 25/05/2015 3:48 pm: Copyright F. Müller (From ESA Website )

This aerial view of agricultural fields won the runner-up prize in the Sentinel-2 ‘Colour vision’ photo competition. It was captured on 5 May 2014 by Felix Müller from Switzerland.


Posted: December 24, 2015


A Mushroom: December 23: Posted: December 24, 2015

The Emerald: Posted: December 21, 2015

Rising to Reach: Posted: December 21, 2015

The Tearing Away: Posted: December 20, 2015

December Kollaripics 2015: Posted: December 7, 2015

Boreal Forests Line a Misty Fjord in Southeast Alaska

Posted: December 6, 2015














Photo: FAO/Bill Ciesla

The Moss Labyrinth on a Wall: Posted on: November 30, 2015: The Humanion

The City of Moss on a Wall: Posted on: November 30, 2015: The Humanion

November Kollaripics 2015: Posted on: November 30, 2015.

Take a Look at Kollarimaginics

The Pavement Gold Cup: The Humanion: Posted on: November 29, 2015

An Orchid Found on the Street : The Humanion. Posted on: November 26, 2015

Even when I shatter I sing: A Maple Leaf: The Humanion: Posted on : November 25, 2015

The China Rose : May 2013: The Humanion: Posted on : November 23, 2015

Patrol Work on Watery Road Surface : March 2012: The Humanion: Posted on: November 23, 2015

Fog Parallel : The Humanion 011115

Silence is the best of speech: 271015 : The Humanion

Lit-banana-tree: The Humanion

Oxymoron: The Humanion 111015

City Moss in Light: The Humanion

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Light-work : The Humanion 081115

For the Crew of The International Space Station on Making it 15 Years: We found it on Earth Today: For You All  The Earth-Mushroom-Heart

The Earth-Mushroom-Heart: Taken on 021115. Posted on: 031115. The Humanion

Floral: The Humanion

Purple Green: The Humanion 111015

Perspective Green: The Humanion 111015

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The Lake Eden Eye





The Window of the Heavens Always Open and Calling: All We Have to Do Is: To Choose to Be Open, Listen and Respond




Imagine a Rose-Boat

Imagine a rose floating like a tiny little boat on this ocean of infinity
And raise your soul-sail on this wee-little boat and go seeking out
All along feed on nothing but the light that you gather only light
Fear shall never fathom you nor greed can tempt nor illusion divert
For Love you are by name by deeds you are love's working-map



Only in the transparent pool of knowledge, chiselled out by the sharp incision of wisdom, is seen the true face of what truth is: That what  beauty paints, that what music sings, that what love makes into a magic. And it is life: a momentary magnificence, a-bloom like a bubble's miniscule exposition, against the spread of this awe-inspiring composition of the the Universe. Only through the path of seeking, learning, asking and developing, only through the vehicles and vesicles of knowledge, only through listening to the endless springs flowing beneath, outside, around and beyond our reach, of wisdom, we find the infinite ocean of love which is boundless, eternal, and being infinite, it makes us, shapes us and frees us onto the miracle of infinite liberty: without border, limitation or end. There is nothing better, larger or deeper that humanity can ever be than to simply be and do love. The Humanion


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First Published: September 24: 2015