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Villa G01 Luxury Villa Looks Like a Modern Rock House

Book Lovers Alert! Train Your Reading Muscle Today by Using"Bookout"

As difficult as it is to get into a routine, it quickly starts to become a habit once you start to see the results. That first workout day is a drag. But you know that once you start to see some definition in your physique and the numbers are dropping on your scale, it starts to become something that you look forward to. Not only that, but it becomes second nature. Since reading doesn’t have those obvious physical benefits, it’s hard for us to appreciate just how much of a difference that it makes for us. Reading is more like a hobby for us when it should be a habit. There are loads of apps that keep track of your workout routines. How far you’ve gone, how many sets you’ve completed etc. But we normally don’t keep track of our progress while reading. You probably never consider how fast or how much you read because it’s just a luxury activity. We can train our minds just like how we train our bodies If you treat reading as a fair-weather activity then you won’t get very far. If yo

Conceptual Photography by Michal Zahornacky Michal Zahornacky... crss

Conceptual Photography by  Michal Zahornacky  Michal Zahornacky born in 1988 in Povazska Bystrica, Slovakia is a professional, self-taught fine art photographer. He bought his first camera in 2010 and since 2011 he is active in the world of photography. You can find his work on Slovak as well as on foreign web portals, which are dedicated to photography.  Enjoy past photography features and follow us on Facebook and Instagram . posted by tu recepcja crss

Conceptual Photography by Michal Zahornacky Michal Zahornacky...

Conceptual Photography by  Michal Zahornacky  Michal Zahornacky born in 1988 in Povazska Bystrica, Slovakia is a professional, self-taught fine art photographer. He bought his first camera in 2010 and since 2011 he is active in the world of photography. You can find his work on Slovak as well as on foreign web portals, which are dedicated to photography.  Enjoy past photography features and follow us on Facebook and Instagram . posted by tu recepcja

Rock n’ Love ChaletDecorated with Route 66 memorabilia,...

Rock n’ Love Chalet Decorated with Route 66 memorabilia, vintage autographed guitars, and a Wurlitzer jukebox stacked with 100 albums, this funky Rock n’ Roll themed chalet in Tignes les Brevieres is a real showstopper. The five spacious retro styled suites are individually designed, featuring bright colorful decor and famous song lyrics embroidered into the carpets, while the living area has a real vintage MINI Cooper transformed into a pool table. Ideal for children, the sensational Garage Room sleeps guests in real VW’s (plus a Jeep) converted into beds, and a private gym appointed with a cross trainer, rowing machine, and kettle weights keeps everyone in shape throughout their stay. The luxurious Chalet Rock n’ Love is just a short walk from the ski lifts, and comes with private chef and chauffeur for a truly one-of-a-kind rock star experience in the French Alps. It also boasts one of the most colorful indoor pools you’ll ever see in a mountain chalet, as we

crossconnectmag: The Stunning Dance Photography of  Lois...

crossconnectmag : The Stunning Dance Photography of  Lois Greenfield “I’ve spent the last 35 years of my photographic career investigating movement and its expressive potential. My inspiration has always been photography’s ability to stop time and reveal what the naked eye cannot see. What intrigues me is making images that confound and confuse the viewer, but that the viewer knows, or suspects, really happened.The ostensible subject of my photographs may be motion, but the subtext is time. A dancer’s movements illustrate the passage of time, giving it a substance, materiality, and space. In my photographs, time is stopped, a split second becomes an eternity, and an ephemeral moment is solid as sculpture. My interest in photography is not to capture an image I see or even have in my mind, but to explore the potential of moments I can only begin to imagine. Thanks Jubilant Studios/Archatlas Like us on Facebook      Posted by Andrew