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“Photograph by Michael Yamashita. @yamashitaphoto: The otherworldly cliffs of China's Zhangjiajie National Forest Park were the real world inspiration for…”

“Photograph by Michael Yamashita. @yamashitaphoto: The otherworldly cliffs of China's Zhangjiajie National Forest Park were the real world inspiration for…”

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I’ve been listening to Julia Cameron Walking in this World…… she talks about friends who lift us up …. cheer us on….
and friends that keep us grounded. (sometimes even stuck) Upsize and downsize friends… Don’t you love it? Anyhow…. this sparked all kinds of thoughts in me…… First up….. I don’t have a ton of (real life) friends…. but …

Here's to the The Upsize friends

I’ve been listening to Julia Cameron Walking in this World…… she talks about friends who lift us up …. cheer us on…. and friends that keep us grounded. (sometimes even stuck) Upsize and downsize friends… Don’t you love it? Anyhow…. this sparked all kinds of thoughts in me…… First up….. I don’t have a ton of (real life) friends…. but …

Located in China's southern Hunan Province, the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is a surreal expanse of stone spires that have greenery growing in every crack and crevice. The forest floor is carpeted with trees and burbling streams that run in between the valleys and gorges among the sandstone columns. This landscape was the inspiration for portions of the planet Pandora from James Cameron's Avatar. One of the spires in the park has even been renamed the "Avatar Hallelujah Mountain."

These Forests Prove That We Are Living In Middle Earth

Located in China's southern Hunan Province, the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is a surreal expanse of stone spires that have greenery growing in every crack and crevice. The forest floor is carpeted with trees and burbling streams that run in between the valleys and gorges among the sandstone columns. This landscape was the inspiration for portions of the planet Pandora from James Cameron's Avatar. One of the spires in the park has even been renamed the "Avatar Hallelujah Mountain."

Photograph by Michael Yamashita. @yamashitaphoto: The otherworldly cliffs of China's Zhangjiajie National Forest Park were the real world inspiration for the floating Hallelujah Mountains of Pandora in James Cameron's film 'Avatar'. These sandstone pillars rise up to 500 meters averaging 300 to 400 meters and numbering in the thousands. Pictured here is the Tianzishan cable car.  #Wulingyuan #Zhangjiajie #mountains #China #Avatar @natgeocreative @thephotosociety by natgeo

Photograph by Michael Yamashita. @yamashitaphoto: The otherworldly cliffs of China's Zhangjiajie National Forest Park were the real world inspiration for the floating Hallelujah Mountains of Pandora in James Cameron's film 'Avatar'. These sandstone pillars rise up to 500 meters averaging 300 to 400 meters and numbering in the thousands. Pictured here is the Tianzishan cable car. #Wulingyuan #Zhangjiajie #mountains #China #Avatar @natgeocreative @thephotosociety by natgeo

Ed Miliband spent a year-and-a-half in the Cabinet between 2008 and 2010, and spent more than five years working as an advisor in the Treasury before he entered parliament in 2005. If he does become Prime Minister after May 7th, then, he will start the job with far more familiarity with government at the highest level than some of his recent predecessors, not least Tony Blair and David Cameron.

What kind of Prime Minister would Miliband make

Ed Miliband spent a year-and-a-half in the Cabinet between 2008 and 2010, and spent more than five years working as an advisor in the Treasury before he entered parliament in 2005. If he does become Prime Minister after May 7th, then, he will start the job with far more familiarity with government at the highest level than some of his recent predecessors, not least Tony Blair and David Cameron.

The otherworldly cliffs of China's Zhangjiajie National Forest Park were the real world inspiration for the floating Hallelujah Mountains of Pandora in James Cameron's film 'Avatar'. 3000 sandstone pillars shrouded much of the time in mist make this the classical landscape painting. Some of these pillars rise up to 500 meters averaging 300 to 400 meters and numbering in the thousands. Pictured here is the Pillar most featured in the movie. #Wulingyuan #Zhangjiajie #mountains #avatar #china…

The otherworldly cliffs of China's Zhangjiajie National Forest Park were the real world inspiration for the floating Hallelujah Mountains of Pandora in James Cameron's film 'Avatar'. 3000 sandstone pillars shrouded much of the time in mist make this the classical landscape painting. Some of these pillars rise up to 500 meters averaging 300 to 400 meters and numbering in the thousands. Pictured here is the Pillar most featured in the movie. #Wulingyuan #Zhangjiajie #mountains #avatar #china…

Reality: Using your vacation days for hangovers. | Entering The Real World: Expectations Vs. Reality

Entering The Real World: Expectations Vs. Reality

Alice in the Real World -> Alice Liddell married wealthy professional cricketer Reginald Hargreaves, had three sons (two killed in World War I), and became a noted socialite. After her husband died, she was forced to sell the copy of Alice's Adventures Under Ground that Carroll had given her, for 15,400 pounds. (It was later given as a gift by American good Samaritans to the British public.) She died in 1934 at age 82. (Pictured: Alice at age 20 in 1872, posing for photographer Julia…

Alice in the Real World -> Alice Liddell married wealthy professional cricketer Reginald Hargreaves, had three sons (two killed in World War I), and became a noted socialite. After her husband died, she was forced to sell the copy of Alice's Adventures Under Ground that Carroll had given her, for 15,400 pounds. (It was later given as a gift by American good Samaritans to the British public.) She died in 1934 at age 82. (Pictured: Alice at age 20 in 1872, posing for photographer Julia…

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