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Oct 31, 2012

One 57th St.

One 57th St. by Lydia2222
One 57th St., a photo by Lydia2222 on Flickr.

b4 th hurricane. :-(

Oct 28, 2012


今天就在這裡吃早餐 by Ethan ♥
今天就在這裡吃早餐, a photo by Ethan ♥ on Flickr.


Oct 27, 2012


_DSC0305 by guix29
_DSC0305, a photo by guix29 on Flickr.


Oct 24, 2012

Lower Antelope Canyon_Arizona


dancing jungle

dancing jungle by guix29
dancing jungle, a photo by guix29 on Flickr.

Oct 23, 2012

Βουτούμι, Αντίπαξοι



Oct 21, 2012

Every breath you take, every move you make ... I'll be watching you

Mount Etna is one of the most intensely monitored and studied volcanoes on Earth - a privilege that is well merited because it is also one of the most active and most densely populated volcanoes on this planet. The instrumental monitoring network that is maintained by the INGV-Osservatorio Etneo (INGV-OE) consists of tens of seismic stations all over the mountain, including seven in the summit area, as well as dozens of automatic GPS stations, nine gas measurement stations, and loads of gravity and magnetism meters, plus eight infrasound stations, one radiometer (which measures heat emission), a doppler radar (Voldorad) station, and nine monitoring cameras (five visible-light and four thermal). Thanks to these instruments, virtually all signals that the volcano produces are now captured, and from these precious information can be gained about the state of the volcano. Unfortunately, the signals do not tell us exactly when, how, and where the volcano will erupt next until a few days before an eruption. Currently there is no sign of an imminent major eruption (that is, a flank eruption), though renewed activity at the summit may resume anytime, as it has done many times in the past.

One of the most important monitoring stations of the INGV-OE on Etna lies about 0.7 km southeast of the New Southeast Crater cone. The station is called Belvedere (the beautiful view, for obvious reasons), and is seen here in front of the huge new cone on 26 September 2012. The New Southeast Crater was the site of 25 lava fountaining episodes between January 2011 and April 2012. On 4 March 2012, lava flows passed just a few meters from the station, and it was feared that lava from the next episode would destroy it. However, lava did not take the same path again, and since 24 April 2012, there has been no further activity at the New Southeast Crater - except the formation of a new pit on the southwestern rim of the crater on 27 August 2012. I have come to call it "il pittino" (the little pit). A few further ash emissions occurred on 6-7 September from the "pittino", and since then it has been steaming vigorously but not shown any other activity. Gas emissions were conspicuous on 27 September 2012, but there is no further sign of activity - for the moment. In the meantime, all those instruments are faithfully recording every tiny blip, every move, every game the big volcano lady plays.

Oct 20, 2012


Sud seas

SuedSee by Niemann-Buuts
SuedSee, a photo by Niemann-Buuts on Flickr.


Wake up Manu!!!

SleepTime by Azumio:

Oct 18, 2012

La Concorde

La Concorde by Zed The Dragon
La Concorde, a photo by Zed The Dragon on Flickr.


Oct 12, 2012

Da simpLiciTy beauTy!!

Da simpLiciTy beauTy!! by Manu World
Da simpLiciTy beauTy!!, a photo by Manu World on Flickr.

Oct 11, 2012

InsiDe D'a worLd nicesT pRisOn!!

I told u...i have told u... :)

Oct 8, 2012

Bryce Canyon, Utah



6,3 earthquake, 112km SSE of Saparua, Indonesia, 12h43 8 de Out, 35 km deep, at -4,442°,129,165°

Oct 7, 2012

The Still of Dawn

The Still of Dawn by Dylan Toh
The Still of Dawn, a photo by Dylan Toh on Flickr.
Elliston (Waterloo Bay)
South Australia

Just back from the recent trip to Eyre Peninsula where the weather ranged from stormy to dead calm such as on this particuilar morning at Elliston. Lots of pics to go through over the next few weeks!

Oct 6, 2012

Solar Chasm

Solar Chasm by Dylan Toh
Solar Chasm, a photo by Dylan Toh on Flickr.
south australia.

Manu World's photostream

D'a aRchiTecT eYes5 fisHesleT's geT fanCy?!reaDinG mOOd,..Manu's reaDinG coRneR...Manu's shooTs inTo caRds!!
creaTinG daYs are...aT GuinDaistHe tHeaTreDa simpLiciTy beauTy!!o piMenToD'a 5 fishes painting...
A pacheminamiRRoraT guinDais staiRs+ of my china inkworLd niCesT priSonwaLLs
arChitecTuRe boKehD'a aRchiTecT eYesD'a arcHitecT eYesduSk at d'a heaRt!!GuinDais roCks!!o PORTO a Tinta da me!


Oct 5, 2012

WTC from Governors Island

WTC from Governors Island by Lydia2222
WTC from Governors Island, a photo by Lydia2222 on Flickr.


Always & Forever - Pat Metheny!

Oct 4, 2012


5,5 earthquake, Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge, 0h14 5 de Out, 10 km deep, at 17,456°,-46,510°

Luther baby!!