Manarola

Manarola is a small town, a frazione of the comune (municipality) of Riomaggiore, in the province of La Spezia, Liguria, northern Italy. It is the second smallest of the famous Cinque Terre towns frequented by tourists.

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Wao!

I came across this random picture of volcano, I will say never seen before picture. Had to share with you all…

Credits: Dont know who had clicked this. But this is even awesomeeee (with this december snowfall on wordpress) 😀 😀 😉

Vanishing Sparrows

These small birds are really cute and their chirping refreshes the mind. These birds have gradually or suddenly disappeared from your garden, or local area. The expansion of urban areas and related issues such as pollution and  habitat destruction, no doubt had left their impression on the environs.

What a fire ?

Chi_Naar means “What a Fire”

Chinar is a very large, widespreading, and long-lived deciduous tree.

This beautiful garden appears to be on fire in Autumn……………..

Hit the coloured sands

Summer’s the time to cool off by the sea again.

How about hitting a Pink, Purple, Green Or Red beach this time !

Have you ever collected sand back home after a beach vacation ? If not, don’t forget to collect some grains in a jar this time when you hit the beach . Keep a few empty jars beside it because someday you might just get to fill the rest of them with red pink orange white purple sand!  

No its not fancy colour-craft – Its natural sand.

Here is a look. 

PINK Horseshoe Bay Beach, Bermuda

PURPLE Big Sur Pfeiffer Beach, California 

GREEN Papakolea beach, Southern Hawaii

RED Kaihalulu, Hana Bay, Maui

WHITE  Hyams Beach, Australia

Some beaches such as the coloured ones, are covered with such minuscule rock particles that have been washed down from from coloured rocks of mountains from hundreds of miles away, and that’s what lends a unique colour to these sandy beaches.