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Amazon.com: Chasing Forever Down (Drenaline Surf Series Book 1) eBook: Nikki Godwin: Kindle Store

Amazon.com: Chasing Forever Down (Drenaline Surf Series Book 1) eBook: Nikki Godwin: Kindle Store

wow! If I didn't already have my wedding dress this would be a serious contender ...flowy dress - by Joseph Cardo

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surfing-the-salt-life: Trevor Gordon, Fiji. “We were camping on the eastern most islands in Fiji. While surfing one afternoon, I watched a series of ominous storm clouds roll in and the water started to glow. I paddled back to the boat, grabbed my camera, and luckily caught Trevor cruising through the bowl as the clouds parted overhead.” Photo: Maassen

surfing-the-salt-life: Trevor Gordon, Fiji. “We were camping on the eastern…

Peanut Butter & Oreo Stuffed Brownies

Oreo and Peanut Butter Brownie Cakes

PeanutButter Oreo Brownie - Layer in each cupcake cup Oreo cookie, peanut butter and top with brownie or chocolate cake mix. Mix peanut butter with cream cheese!

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Last year, I had the opportunity to interview Sarah Murphy of Murphy & Daughters. If you missed the interview, you can read it here .

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So pretty! / The Julian Alps, Slovenia. The Julian Alps are a mountain range of the Southern Limestone Alps that stretches from northeastern Italy to Slovenia, where they rise to m at Mount Triglav, the highest peak in Slovenia.

The perfection of a deep blue sky, turquoise sea, fluffy white clouds and…

Big puffy white clouds, turquoise waters, and glorious sun rays shining down on it all. Tides are bulges of water caused by the gravity of Sun and Moon as they pull on the Earth.

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incredible picture of Ocean, sky and surfer on the edge of quite a tide. This isn't something you can recreate but if you are lucky you will find your slice of heaven.

Cirrus Kelvin-Helmholtz clouds occur on the rarest of occasions and as a result they have yet to be widely photographed. They’re caused by shearing winds up at cloud level which move at varying speeds. When higher winds howl faster than the lower winds this causes the trough of the clouds to bend, pushing them over into a distance wave-like formations. These distinctive clouds only stick around for a few short minutes before vanishing.

Kelvin Helmholtz clouds It looks like someone painted the sky with breaking ocean waves. They are called Kelvin Helmholzt clouds, aka as billow clouds or shear-gravity clouds.