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A Beauty! - This is the Capercaillie which we had the pleasure of finding in the Scottish Highlands; our guide for this special moment was Neil McIntyre who is also a wonderful photographer. We did have a bit of a hike up through the woods but it was so worth it... I would of walked half a day to meet this wonderful bird.... and when I came eye to eye with him he was HUGE lol!!! Did not expect that!!!! Ok here is some info from the RSPB site... sadly this bird is near extinction AGAIN! A…

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When Is It Worth Buying Organic?

We think that organic is usually better, but in case that's not always feasible, a chart to help you figure out what's a necessity and what's okay to let slide. More

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10 Free Courses for Professionals You Can Take Online

Our culture, our heritage, our future - I have a dream. A dream that showed me how valuable our culture and heritage would be; if properly preserved and not commercialized like any other service and or commodity. I had a dream about the past, that...

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The Hottest Burgers in Dallas and Fort Worth, 2015

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✿♪ ♥♦♡❊ *❤️ ●❥★♥♫ Affirmations for a Positive Mind ♫♥★❥●❤️* ❊♡♦♥♪✿

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In what areas of their lives do your clients need to take better care of themselves? All too often people don’t know the answer. This useful coaching exercise gets them in touch with their needs and set one action to help meet those needs. http://www.thecoachingtoolscompany.com/products/what-are-my-needs-self-care-check-in-exercise/

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Evening dress, Worth, 1885-1886. Scarlet silk damask in chrysanthemum pattern; blood red satin; 18th-century cream bobbin lace; red ostrich feathers. The innovative use of modular components is particularly apparent here. Worth's popular contoured bodice is a focal feature, playfully accented by his use of contrasting, asymmetrical shoulders. The combination of blood red satin and scarlet damask is slenderizing.

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