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Horseshoe Bend & Glen Canyon Dam…

Horseshoe Bend is an incised meander of the Colorado River, located near the town of Page, Arizona, and about 8 km downstream from the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell.


Horseshoe Bend est un méandre incisé du fleuve Colorado, situé près de la petite ville de Page, Arizona, et à environ 8 km en aval du barrage de Glen Canyon et du lac Powell.

daily reminder:“Do things that ignite a fire in your heart and soul, as much as you can. Engage in your passions. There is no other way to live. Life is short, so get going. If your passion involves some sort of ‘activism,’ focus on the inner work, find ways to be at peace despite all of the chaos and difficulties around you. Easier said than done, but so extremely necessary!”(Arjun Walia)

Melanes & its Icelandic horses…:-)

les chevaux islandais portent souvent un sourire dans leur regard et semblent s’envoler… calmes et actifs, déterminés et facile à chevaucher – avec un visage doux dont les yeux timides se cachent derrière leur crinière soyeuse… un mélange de “vieille Europe” et de roche volcanique solide sous le Cercle Polaire où la “pince de crabe” rêve de rejoindre le Groenland… la splendeur du vaste ciel arctique se reflète dans le miroir du fjord turquoise et les nuages ​​pressés se baignent dans les marées… aujourd’hui ou demain – qui sait où je serai?… pour l’instant je profite à fond de chaque minute de ma vie… 🙂

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Icelandic horses often have a smile in their eyes and they seem to fly off… quiet and active, determined and easy to ride, their sweet face and shy look hide behind their silky mane… they are a mixture of “old Europe” and solid volcanic rock under the Arctic Circle where the “crab claw” still dreams of reaching Greenland… the splendor of the vast arctic sky gleams over the mirror of the turquoise fjord while hasty clouds bathe within the tides… today or tomorrow – who knows where I will be?… for the time being, I enjoy each minute of my life to the fullest… 🙂

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