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56 most mysterious places on Earth
Planet Earth is a wondrous place that never ceases to amaze with its majestic natural wonders and jaw-dropping man-made marvels. But our planet isn’t without Disappearances, Haunted Places, Paranormal, Tourism, Unexplained Phenomena, Unsolved Mysteries, Urban Legends, Wondrous Places https://i0.wp.com/mysteriesrunsolved.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/IMG_20201016_183254_compress45.jpg?fit=1707%2C960&ssl=1
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Lifelike Metal Bonsai Tree Sculptures by Kevin Champeny
Artist Kevin Champeny has handcrafted a series of beautiful bonsai tree sculptures out of metal wire and foil, without any glue or welding. For more
Amusing Memes For People Who Need Some Quick Humor
Amusing Memes For People Who Need Some Quick Humor - Funny memes that "GET IT" and want you to too. Get the latest funniest memes and keep up what is going on in the meme-o-sphere.
A Jug Of Wine, A Loaf Of Bread, And Virtual Thou
This blog is a gimish of things that I've discovered online. It's my personal 'scrapbook' of various things that pique my interest- or that I find amusing. If I've unwittingly posted something here...
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Willow Wire bonsai tree in Silver by Ken To by KenToArt on DeviantArt
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Celtic Knot Ring Wire Wrap Tutorial Pdf, by Timeless Tempest
Description Celtic Braided Ring Wire Wrapping Tutorial Celtic knot-work was not only practiced as artwork by the Celts, but also had deeper meanings behind it. Since the Celts did not keep records of themselves before the Roman's conquest of Gaul, what we know of their culture comes mostly from Greek and Roman historians, as well as oral tradition passed down from generation to generation. In general it is believed that to the pre-christian pagan Celts, the knotwork may have represented both…