This is something amazing to do, to see how it feels when you nap in one of these beautiful hammocks. We all love when we have time to rest, and when that time get, here is what we Must do. We must nap in hammocks and to enjoy in our beautiful nature and our beautiful life!
Pamukkale, Turkey is one of the most ethereal places in the world. Brilliantly white and beaming, calcium has formed springs that resemble a heavenly paradise. Visitors are able to swim in the Sacred Pool, which takes guests to the time of the Romans as the marble columns of the Temple of Apollo still stand. A natural and therapeutic wonder, Pamukkale attracts visitors from all over the world to its magical water that is said to contain healing powers.
Ruins of the theatre and of the temple of Apollo at Delphi. The pan-Hellenic sanctuary of Delphi, where the oracle of Apollo spoke, was the site of the omphalos, the 'navel of the world'. Blending harmoniously with the superb landscape and charged with sacred meaning, Delphi in the 6th century B.C. was indeed the religious centre and symbol of unity of the ancient Greek world.
Forevertron - the world's largest scrap metal sculpture: Built in the 1980′s, Forevertron stands 50 ft. high, 120 ft. wide, and weighs 300 tons. It is at Dr. Evermore’s Art Park on Highway 12, in the town of Sumpter, Wisconsin. Here’s what the sculpture incorporates: 2 Thomas Edison dynamos from the 1880s, lightning rods, components from 1920′s power plants, scrap from Badger Army Ammunition Plant, and most impressively, the decontamination chamber from the Apollo 11 spacecraft
A god can do it. But tell me how a person can flow like that through the slender lyre. Our mind is split. At the crossroads in our heart stands no temple for Apollo. Song, as you teach us, is not a grasping, not a seeking for some final consummation. To sing is to be. Easy for a god. But when do we simply be? When do we become one with earth and stars? ... Truly to sing takes another kind of breath. A breath in the void. A shudder in God. A wind. ~ Rainer Maria Rilke ~