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Pinkish Clown Fish and it’s host Anemone via 500px ift.tt/1twkAs3

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Temptation by DenArtsybashev

Temptation by DenArtsybashev

WEEK 31 : Thursday

WEEK 31 : Thursday

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Isaiah 49:16 (NIV)
16 See, I have engraved you on the palms of my hands…

Psalms 139:13-14 (NIV)
13 For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb.
14 I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.

Oh God, I have tasted your goodness, and it has both satisfied me and made me thirsty for more. – A. W.…

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Maui by JamesBinder

Maui by JamesBinder

@marcusbleasdale Evidence of slash and burn farming on the edge of the forests of the Lukusuzi National park in Lundazi area of Zambia. It is an undeveloped national park, but full of wildlife. It is these pristine forests and savannahs that need protecting from the encroaching farming community who are trying to steal land from the park by burning and slashing trees to create new farmland as the soil becomes tired through mismanagement and bad farming practices. #COMACO is teaching farmers new methods that mean they don’t over farm and ruin soils for future crops. They use natural farming methods and the farmers yields are increasing over 300%. The farmers and their families don’t need to cut down trees and prepare new land which protects the wildlife and environment. In addition the farmers have more income to educate their children and secure their families against hunger. by natgeo

@marcusbleasdale Evidence of slash and burn farming on the edge of the forests of the Lukusuzi National park in Lundazi area of Zambia. It is an undeveloped national park, but full of wildlife. It is these pristine forests and savannahs that need protecting from the encroaching farming community who are trying to steal land from the park by burning and slashing trees to create new farmland as the soil becomes tired through mismanagement and bad farming practices. #COMACO is teaching farmers new methods that mean they don’t over farm and ruin soils for future crops. They use natural farming methods and the farmers yields are increasing over 300%. The farmers and their families don’t need to cut down trees and prepare new land which protects the wildlife and environment. In addition the farmers have more income to educate their children and secure their families against hunger. by natgeo

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Pinky the Clown

Pinkish Clown Fish and it’s host Anemone via 500px ift.tt/1twkAs3 via Flickr

Pinky the Clown

Pinkish Clown Fish and it’s host Anemone via 500px ift.tt/1twkAs3 via Flickr

John Muir Trail (3264x1836) via /r/EarthPorn http://ift.tt/1zxoQrV http://ift.tt/1zxoTnr

John Muir Trail (3264x1836) via /r/EarthPorn http://ift.tt/1zxoQrV http://ift.tt/1zxoTnr

Eniko by PeterMarosi

Eniko by PeterMarosi

Islands weather by LucynaKoch Church of Budir, Snaefellsnes, Iceland July 2014

Islands weather by LucynaKoch Church of Budir, Snaefellsnes, Iceland July 2014