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Pacific Solitude by Andrew Shoemaker May I just sit here forever and forget the world exists apart from this moment?

moody skies and sunflowers.    Finally found the photographer:  'Sunflowers at Arne' by Tony Gill on flickr!

Sunflowers in a field on a cloudy day, photo by Tony Gill.love the contrast of colours and textures in this pic!

It looks like an opal :) I haven't been to the ocean in 6 years. The last time I left , I dreamt about it for about 3 months straight. It's my happy place. It's where I go in my mind palace. I need to go back

Global Puzzle

Love Photography, working with special effects on photos Colorful People, Places & Things and Pretty Fantasy, Interacting with people around the world All the Goodstuff! All things Caribbean & Ocean & Beach, Love Seasonal Art & Photos I am the Real.


In this post, we have gathered some beautiful scenery wallpapers. The most beautiful scenery wallpapers that you will simply love to see from world's most beautiful places.

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Clark Crenshaw Photography

Shells on the beach Sugar-white sand, emerald water and golden sunsets. An atmosphere that clears the mind and inspires the soul, plan your next meeting or corporate retreat in Gulf Shores & Orange Beach, Alabama

В Гавайях, Daenerys

Never miss the opportunity to admire God's beautiful art in the sunrises and sunsets on your vacation in Hawaii!

Simply Stunning...

░░ Ïȵ৳Ꭷ Ƭɦҽ ᘻᎥʂ৳ ░░ ~~~ {“God moves in mysterious ways His wonders to performs” ― William Cowper}

Slaters Bridge in Little Langdale is one of the English Lake District national parks iconic views.

Slaters Bridge in Little Langdale is one of the English Lake District national parks iconic views. It’s an old stone packhorse bridge in a lovely setting which took slate miners over the River Brathay on their return to Langdale after a hard day’s work