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Welcome to The Homestead at Cloudland Station, one of the south’s newest outdoor event venues. We are honored to serve as one of the Chattanooga area’s largest barn wedding venues. More than just a wedding barn, with our additional facilities, we can host your next corporate event or celebration of any kind. Because we are only minutes from beautiful downtown Chattanooga at the foot of Lookout Mountain.

Hendersonville, NC Downtown Hendersonville has the second largest downtown area in western North Carolina (Asheville's is the biggest) with many things to do, see and taste. Main Street serpentines through the commerical strip with beautiful planter boxes. With more than 100 shops and almost 20 restaurants! Hendersonville's downtown is part of the Main Street Program, the National Trust for Historic Preservation's program to revitalize the nation's central business districts through…

Blue Flame, Colour photograph (Giclée) by Shane Lamb. Alaskan night sky is dark from August to April. The Aurora is a natural light display caused by charged particles from the sun interacting with the earth's atmosphere. When these particles collide with oxygen, yellows and greens are produced, with nitrogen they produce reds, violets and rarely blues

Get inspired by this refined and rustic North Caroline reception. Just follow the link to view more images!

Aurora in Fairbanks, Alaska, USA Marketa: "Happy Winter Solstice. Here up North we are celebrating Winter Solstice, because it means we are getting our sun back everyday more and more, but we didn't expect so much so soon. It was a great time to celebrate winter solstice with Fireworks from our Nature. :-)"

The IF:Gathering is a fresh, deep, honest space for a new generation of women to wrestle with the essential question: IF God is real… then we want more than anything to live like it. On February 6-7, 2015, we will gather women all over the world at IF:Austin and at IF:Local gatherings across the globe.

A large coronal mass ejection throws a cloud of fast moving electrons, protons and ions toward the Earth. Although most of this cloud passes above the Earth, some of it impacts our Earth's magnetosphere and results in spectacular auroras being seen at high northern latitudes. Above is a particularly photogenic auroral corona captured last night above Grotfjord, Norway.