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Finland bay of Baltic sea

Finland bay of Baltic sea

Baltic sea. Spring!

Baltic sea. Spring!

Autumn in St.P.

Autumn in St.P.

Russian Venice - St. Petersburg

Russian Venice - St. Petersburg

Sailing race

Sailing race

Lieutenant Scmidt Embankment

Lieutenant Scmidt Embankment

Sunset at Yelagin island

Sunset at Yelagin island

Suburbs of St Petersburg

Suburbs of St Petersburg


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Sunset in St Petersburg

Sunset in St Petersburg

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I heard a story at church today that really affected me.  It was the story of Horatio Spafford.  A wealthy business man in Chicago during the early 1900's I think he said it was & he was a friend of Dwight L Moody.  Anyway, he had 5 children & when his son was still young, he died very suddenly.  The family was torn up.  A few months later, the great Chicago fire hit & he lost a lot of business & his corporation.

I heard a story at church today that really affected me. It was the story of Horatio Spafford. A wealthy business man in Chicago during the early 1900's I think he said it was & he was a friend of Dwight L Moody. Anyway, he had 5 children & when his son was still young, he died very suddenly. The family was torn up. A few months later, the great Chicago fire hit & he lost a lot of business & his corporation.

TANGLED FLIGHT BY ROBBY CAVANAUGH

TANGLED FLIGHT BY ROBBY CAVANAUGH

On the day that WW2 ended, Alfred Eisenstaedt wandered the streets of New York City, reveling in and shooting the celebrations of the crowd. Amongst them, he captured one of the most romantic moment in history. As it turns out, the image wasn’t romantic at all since the Navy man in the photo had been going around kissing random girls in his jubilation. But the sense of euphoria and relief about the war ending, which the image encapsulates, still defines the end of World War 2.

Five Of History’s Most Iconic Photographs

On the day that WW2 ended, Alfred Eisenstaedt wandered the streets of New York City, reveling in and shooting the celebrations of the crowd. Amongst them, he captured one of the most romantic moment in history. As it turns out, the image wasn’t romantic at all since the Navy man in the photo had been going around kissing random girls in his jubilation. But the sense of euphoria and relief about the war ending, which the image encapsulates, still defines the end of World War 2.

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What to do when everything is falling apart

#DoubleExposure by malcome_b AWESOMNESS!! ✳️

Go and explore the forest.

Go and explore the forest.

The Charles Bridge in Prague.

The Charles Bridge in Prague.

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