Sand Ceremony Symbolism It represents the individual lives of the bride and groom. They have retained their unique identities and personalities. Yet, it is virtually impossible to define the exact point where one layer ends and the next begins -- the grains of sand can never be separated. Strong and beautiful representation of the "two becoming one" concept that has resonated with couples all over the world. YES

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This is the entrance monument for Fujitec escalator manufacturing company in Japan. Looks like you could almost walk up it! Via user submission, by Takayuki Tomoi

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Nicolas Delort, a freelance illustrator based in Paris, creates wonderfully textural pen & ink (on scratchboard) illustrations

Nicolas Delort, a freelance illustrator based in Paris, creates wonderfully textural pen & ink (on scratchboard) illustrations

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Australian Aboriginal "maps" http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-pT1svyrK520/TdtdgARYQmI/AAAAAAAAIsw/iSRN1zuucm8/s1600/lucy%2Bward.jpg

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A wall between the kitchen and dining room was opened up, improving both spaces. #Housetrends #DiningRoomDecor #HomeDecor

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New PowerPoint-Templates: Define, measure, analyze, improve and control: DMAIC and other analysis tools of the Six Sigma concept for a simple implementation of quality management principles @ http://www.presentationload.com/six-sigma-powerpoint-template.html

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