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Frozen wave in Antarctica

Frozen wave in Antarctica

Experience the benefits of enhanced cleaning and deep relaxation with Vanity Planet's Scalp Massaging Shampoo Brush. The built-in exfoliating routine leaves the skin healthy, while increasing the blood circulation to promote hair growth.

Groove - Rejuvenating Scalp Massager

Experience the benefits of enhanced cleaning and deep relaxation with Vanity Planet's Scalp Massaging Shampoo Brush. The built-in exfoliating routine leaves the skin healthy, while increasing the blood circulation to promote hair growth.

Discover which creature from 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' you're most like NOW!

Which Fantastic Beast Are You?

Discover which creature from 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' you're most like NOW!

Awesome photo of a Lightning Rod in action

Awesome photo of a Lightning Rod in action

Niagara Falls frozen solid in 1911

Niagara Falls frozen solid in 1911

Aurora Borealis, Finland. The white is very cool. Never seen that. :)

Aurora Borealis, Finland. The white is very cool. Never seen that. :)

when a lightning hits sand

when a lightning hits sand

This yellow field is magnificent. I can't believe that nature makes colors this bright and beautiful.

This yellow field is magnificent. I can't believe that nature makes colors this bright and beautiful.

Volcano at Mt Pinatubo-in the Phillipines on June 15, 1991

Volcano at Mt Pinatubo-in the Phillipines on June 15, 1991

Kelpie - A shape-shifting water fey in Scottish mythology, capable of appearing as a horse or a humanoid.  Often mistakenly thought to haunt lochs, Kelpies are actually traditionally supposed to be denizens of natural lakes and rivers.  They are dangerous.  Folktales tell of them appearing as beautiful horses wandering shores, seeming to invite people-- especially children-- to ride them.  Once a person climbs onto its back, a Kelpie will plunge into to water and drowns its prey.

Kelpie - A shape-shifting water fey in Scottish mythology, capable of appearing as a horse or a humanoid. Often mistakenly thought to haunt lochs, Kelpies are actually traditionally supposed to be denizens of natural lakes and rivers. They are dangerous. Folktales tell of them appearing as beautiful horses wandering shores, seeming to invite people-- especially children-- to ride them. Once a person climbs onto its back, a Kelpie will plunge into to water and drowns its prey.

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