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Spiaggia delle barche - Santa Lucia di Manuela Mulargia

Spiaggia delle barche - Santa Lucia di Manuela Mulargia

Frozen around the edges....I am not sure, but I think Santa might live somewhere near here. Kind looks like somewhere only he would hang out. I don't picture Santa with a boat, but you never know. cool photo!

Frozen around the edges....I am not sure, but I think Santa might live somewhere near here. Kind looks like somewhere only he would hang out. I don't picture Santa with a boat, but you never know. cool photo!

I pinned this to my North America board, thinking it looked just like the tiny islands that dot the bays around Tofino, B.C. However... it's actually a piece of hyper-realism art entitled "Jungle Tree Island" by Thomás Sánchez, one of the most important and celebrated living Cuban artists. Some of his work is marvelous surrealism:

I pinned this to my North America board, thinking it looked just like the tiny islands that dot the bays around Tofino, B.C. However... it's actually a piece of hyper-realism art entitled "Jungle Tree Island" by Thomás Sánchez, one of the most important and celebrated living Cuban artists. Some of his work is marvelous surrealism:

St. Lucia from @RumShopRyan - Caribbean Blog Caribbean Blogger

St. Lucia from @RumShopRyan - Caribbean Blog Caribbean Blogger

this is what serenity looks like

Daily Afternoon Randomness in HQ (44 Photos)

"There she weaves by night and day  A magic web with colours gay.  She has heard a whisper say  A curse is on her if she stay      To look down [on] Camelot.  And at the closing of the day  The broad st[r]eam bore her far away,  And as the boat-head wound along  They heard her singing her last song,      The Lady of Shalott."

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"There she weaves by night and day A magic web with colours gay. She has heard a whisper say A curse is on her if she stay To look down [on] Camelot. And at the closing of the day The broad st[r]eam bore her far away, And as the boat-head wound along They heard her singing her last song, The Lady of Shalott."

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