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Another Lao Tzu quote applicable to Buddhist meditation. Patience and right action.

BLUE POND & FIRST SNOW: The blue pond of a famous tourist resort. Since this pond freezes in winter, nobody is there during that period. This photograph is the moment of the first snow of the season falling on that blue pond. by Kent Shiraishi

El increible mundo de hielo del interior de un río congelado

Fairytale image: Russian photographer Yuri Ovchinnikov, began documenting these incredible natural ice sculptures after his son accidentally put his foot through the surface of the ice and discovered the subterranean world

16. Lake McDonald In Montana, USA (left) Abraham Lake In Canada (right) - 18 Beautiful Frozen Lakes, Oceans And Ponds That Resemble Fine Art

Lake McDonald In Montana, USA (left) Abraham Lake In Canada (right) - 18 Beautiful Frozen Lakes, Oceans And Ponds That Resemble Fine Art

“I can’t edit the materials I work with. My remit is to work with nature as a whole.”  Andy Goldsworthy

Stacked, broken, and scratched pebbles become works of art with the imagination and touch of artist Andy Goldsworthy. Circle of Stones Andy Goldsworthy…

Ouveze Rando: février 2013

Ouveze Rando: février 2013

THE TINIEST SNOWFLAKES ARE CALLED "DIAMOND DUST."  The smallest snow crystals are no larger in size than the diameter of a human hair.      Because they're so small and lightweight, they remain suspended in the air and appear like sparkling dust in the sunlight, which is where they get their name. Diamond dust is most often seen in bitterly cold weather when air temperatures dip below 0° F.

This is a phenomenon known as Diamond Dust, where the snowflakes and ice-particles are so fine that they reflect light in just the right way to create rainbows in mid-air.

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