“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page”

The East River, NYC

The East River, NYC


+Celebrate Womanism+

On International Women’s Day, 8 March, it’s time once again to celebrate womanism – famous women who have been path-breakers in their own right, as well as ordinary women we know who make great sacrifices every day…the great ones became great because they not only blazed their own trails but continue to inspire thousands of other women across the world.

These ordinary Womens have made great Changes in their lives, at the same time there are so many obstacles before them..

What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.

For all the women reading this :

Across the miles… comes this wish from me to say… You are special!

🙂 ((Xoxo)) hugs 🙂 😀


~Watery Paradise ~

Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia.

Plitvice, Croatia

Plitvice, Croatia

Plitvice, Croatia

Plitvice, Croatia

Plitvice Lakes National Park is in the Lika region of Croatia and lies in a plateau surrounded by three mountains, not far from the border with Bosnia.

The park is criss-crossed by a series of paths and trails that allow visitors to explore the area and observe the flora and fauna. Although the park is best known for its lakes and waterfalls, it is home to a wide range of birds and animals.

Plitvice is the best known of the eight national parks of Croatia, a country where around ten per cent of the area enjoys some kind of protected status.

The park is a watery paradise in all different shades of blue, green and grey; the light and shadow on the moving waters cause the colours to change constantly.

Visitors explore the park on foot, following marked trails and wooden bridges.Some of the rivers in the park can also be travelled in boats.With its variation in altitude, climate and soil types, the park offers a wide range of habitats for different species of wildlife.

There are 16 lakes in the Plitvice Park, linked together by rivers and around 100 waterfalls .

Wonderful Sights!

I came across an informational video from Yosemite National Park.

Please check out the attached video for views of the night sky you don’t normally see.

Makes you wonder what it would look like 2 thousand years ago, with virtually no light pollution anywhere on Earth, perhaps this is why we have people believing in gods and angels from above, because they thought there is no other way such beauty could be created.