Guess.What.Day.It.Is?


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  1. I see one isn’t following… never mind, Caleb. The less, the better! 😉
    HHD, Dave!

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  2. Wow! The colour of that sundrenched sand. Love it.

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  3. Vivid! Vibrant!

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  4. marathon

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  5. niasunset says:

    Good Morning Dear David, Thank you for Wednesday, look what I found today for you, she is one of my favorite poet, I love her poetry and she won Nobel prize(1996) too. Wislawa Szymborska Poland (1923 – 2012) This is her poem, I hope you like too,

    The Camel

    Don’t tell a camel about need and want.

    Look at the big lips
    pursed
    in perpetual kiss,
    the dangerous lashes
    of a born coquette.

    The camel is an animal
    grateful for less.

    It keeps to itself
    the hidden spring choked with grass,
    the sharpest thorn
    on the sweetest stalk.

    When a voice was heard crying in the wilderness,

    when God spoke
    from the burning bush,

    the camel was the only animal
    to answer back.

    Dune on stilts,
    it leans into the long horizon,
    bloodhounding

    the secret caches of watermelon

    brought forth like manna
    from the sand.

    It will bear no false gods
    before it:
    not the trader
    who cinches its hump
    with rope,
    nor the tourist.

    It has a clear sense of its place in the world:

    after water and watermelon,
    heat and light,
    silence and science,

    it is the last great hope.

    by Wislawa Szymborska

    English version by Joanna Trzeciak
    Original Language Polish

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  6. OMG, this is breathtaking…. it looks so hot too – I start hyperventilating just seeing that 🔥 burnt sand!

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  7. I broke out in a sweat just looking at this photo…

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  8. Time for some sunscreen for Caleb and friends…

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  9. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    MY buddy Caleb!! Early morning smile … “Photo: Carlos Leret. Sahara, Merzouga, Morocco (via Unsplash).”

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  10. Some water would be good.

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  11. All I have in mind is: “You can go your own waaaaay….. go your own way!”

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  12. Surreal

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  13. God must be upset. After smoothing out the desert and these wise guys are tracking over HIS WORK.
    -Alan

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