Miracle. All of it. (100 sec)


  • NASAEarthObservatory. Published on Dec 19, 2017. NASA’s Operation IceBridge flew for the ninth year over Antarctica to map the ice. This video features photographs of land ice and sea ice, shot with a handheld camera and with the Digital Mapping System (DMS), during IceBridge flights in November 2017.
  • Post Inspiration: Aruni Nan Futuronsky: “I realize in this moment that there is no deprivation here in my life. This moment of my growth is one of inclusivity. I am old enough now to give myself full permission to integrate it all. To savor, to pick and choose, to put it all together. Not without feelings, not without disappointment and grieving, not without hope and possibility yet it is all sacred. It is all inevitable. All these streams of influence, all these rivers of practices and feelings and perspectives. I get them all. I get to turn; I get to change. I get to continue to choose what touches me and what grows me, continually building on the platform of who I am.” (Thank you makebelieveboutique.com)


  1. stunning –

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  2. Incredible!!

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  3. Utterly fascinating, and beautiful. One minute the face of the moon, the next a glimpse of a slide beneath the lens of a microscope. And all so pristine, untouched, remote. I loved this pal, and the music, too. And a fitting post to go with news of the huge earthquake off the coast of Alaska. Such amazing forces at work, yet hidden from view….

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  4. Beautiful…..images and music. A nice way to start the morning.

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  5. This is a stunning compilation of the most beautiful music and a powerful little video of untold and unknown cold beauty. Chilling and sensual – best be consumed with a warm bedspread over you – sadly this is not the case here, it’s the middle of the afternoon! Thank you. What a gift

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  6. My daughter is going in December 2018!

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  7. Beautiful! These shots represents a breakthrough to me.

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  8. It’s like YouTube knows me. From watching this it took me to the Montréal ice storm of 20 years ago.
    I was there and though it was the scariest thing I ever witnessed, it was so beautiful.
    Only one of 16 electric grids food not fail and had it failed the city of Montréal was going to be evacuated. I was living on the one functioning grid. Everyone came to my place to shower and cook.

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  9. A landscape of raw beauty, to be treasured and treated with respect by this generations and all those who follow.

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