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3D Pavement Art - Part 2

Girl on top of the world

Times Square

Homeless man

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3D Pavement Art - Part 2

Girl on top of the world

Times Square

Homeless man

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A bag full of Sorrows

Think, if in life we are condemned to carry
a bag containing the sorrows on our backs,
just collecting them, never able to throw any
and not allowed to put there no happy ones.

"Pockets can only hold so many sorrows"
she said, as she went away carrying her bag,
hoping that from somewhere will come
to ease the weight, that beloved helping hand.

Pockets are small, not too much space there
to hold bigger sorrows that were pick up in life,
only, should you will be pocketing all of them...
if so, could you tell me for heaven's sake, why?

Your pockets should be full of happy memories,
let fall that full of sorrows riding on your back
heavy reminder of things that are not anymore,
and if you must carry anything...carry smiles.

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Wallpapers - in the Sea

Great whites are torpedo-shaped with powerful tails that can propel them through the water at up to 15 miles (24 kilometers) per hour.

The same picture with the water moving on top.

A shrimp looks out from an anchor coral in Maumere Bay in Indonesia.
Anchor coral, also called hammer coral, have anchor-shaped ends to their tentacles.
Their sweeping tentacles are adapted to attack nearby corals and to protect the colony.

A colony of sea squirts forms a colorful landscape, ample hiding place for an Eastern cleaner-clingfish  in the Tasman Sea off the coast of Australia.
The tiny fish, which cleans parasites from the bodies of larger fish, fights strong currents by anchoring itself with a sucker disc on its abdomen.

Baring rows of serrated teeth, a great white shark is aptly called a killing machine.
Researchers believe great whites hunt visually, sighting their prey, ramming into it, and stunning it while biting into it at the same time.

Majestic in purple, a spotted cleaner shrimp …

Carrot Cake


250 ml          Sugar
180 ml          Oil
    3                 Eggs
250 ml          Flour
 10 ml            Baking Powder
  2 ml              Salt
  7 ml              Cinnamon
  7 ml              Allspice
500 ml          Grated Carrots (finely grate)

1.    Blend Sugar and oil together.
2.    Add eggs one at a time and add to the above
3.    Sift dry ingredients and add to the above.
4.    Fold in carrots
5.    Pour into a rectangular dish.
6.    Bake for 45 minutes @ 180°
7.    Icing of your choice.

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Bathing an Elephant

Watching a mahout lovingly bathe his elephant. 

Kolmanskop, Namibia. Kolmanskop is an abandoned diamond mine near the coast.
 The "ghost" town has several residences and barrack-type accommodations, as well as the remains of a few commercial establishments.
Today the town is a photographer's dream come true.
One cannot spend enough time taking in all the photographic opportunities.

The piglet is one day old and crippled.
The mother had more babies than nipples to feed them.
The farmer talked about putting this one out of its misery but decided to let some Swazi orphan children take care of it and feed it with a bottle instead.
 Now the little pig has grown big and strong!You need to be online to be able to see these pictures. If you cannot see them, please let us know and we will add you to our "pictures as attachment" list. Thank you.If are already on our list, you will receive these pictures during the course of the day.

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Bobotie(bedien 6)
2 uie, fyngekap
duimnael gemmer
2 knoffelhuisies 1 eetlepel growwe sout
2 eetlepels appelkooskonfyt
1 sny brood
1 eier
60ml melk
3 teelepels kerrie
1 teelepel komyn
1 teelepel borrie
½ teelepel peper
1kg maalvleis
sap van 1 suurlemoen
30ml asyn
125ml geweekte sultanas
4 lourierblare
125ml gevlokte amandels
6 suurlemoenblare
Bolaag: 125ml melk
1 eier
½ teelepel borrie
Braai die uie tot deurskynend. Stamp die gemmer, knoffel en sout saam fyn en voeg by die uie. Braai vir 1 minuut. Roer die appelkooskonfyt by. Krummel die sny brood by. Voeg water by tot die krummels bedek is. Klits die eiers en melk saam. Meng saam met die kerrie, komyn, borrie en peper by die maalvleis. Roer die suurlemoensap, asyn en sultanas by uie-mengsel. Voeg maalvleis by. Skep alles in ´n bakskottel. Druk al die blare in die gereg. Bak 1 uur lank teen 180ºC. Klits die bestandele vir die bolaag saam, gooi dit oor die gebakte gereg en bak vir nog ´n halfuur.
Bedien met rys en slaai.Sluit…

Snake found in Sugar Cane fields

Snake found in Mount Edgecombe, Durban (South Africa) in the Sugar Cane fields