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Hanging Lake Pool, Colorado, US (by Jason Hatfield)


Kastellorizo, Greece (by limitsios)


Budapest, Hungary (by EdiB.)


The Dog, the Cat, and the Parrot 

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A spectacular gold ring around 1,400 years old went on display with other archaeological treasures at Saffron Walden Museum.

The ring is highly decorated with Anglo-Saxon motifs including birds and interlaced ornament, but it is the engraving on the bezel which has really excited the experts. This shows a belted human figure with a cross below a bird of prey, an intriguing mix of pagan Anglo-Saxon and Christian symbols. It has been dated it to 580 - 650 AD, around the time of the Sutton Hoo burial, when the new Anglo-Saxon kingdoms, including the kingdoms of Kent, Essex and East Anglia, were choosing between traditional beliefs and Christianity.


That funny feeling in your stomach is not just a feeling, it is a knowing! You have over 100 million neurons in this “second brain” known as your gut… so trust those gut feelings more!

HERE’s some feng shui to help you trust your intuition!!!

xoxo Dana


Loving this morning. Cuddles with my sweet boy as I plunge into the world of Throne of Glass again.


Oxfordshire, England


A cartoon by Edward Steed. Take a look at more cartoons from this week’s issue.

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