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If we use our imagination our posibilities become infinite, let yourself be absorbed by your dreameven even if they seem impossible. Living in nature is one of mine.

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Si usamos nuestra imaginación, nuestras posibilidades se vuelven infinitas, dejate absorber por tus sueños, por imposibles que parezcan. Vivir en la naturaleza es uno de los míos.

 

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Michael Stafford

 

Age: 39

Birthdate: January 19

Height: 6ft 5in

Family: TBD

Martial Status: Engaged to Breanna Callahan

Occupation: Architect

Hobbies: Studying old architecture, playing and watching football, traveling, working on cars, collecting cars, watching movies

 

Tall, dark and handsome would be the perfect words to describe Michael Stafford, but there's one word that does it better: classic. With incredible good looks, a deep voice and a presence that radiates confidence and authority, Michael is the type of man that could have stepped out of a 1950's film.

 

After studying architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, he went on to establish and run his own architecture firm that concentrates on doing what other firms consider the impossible.

 

Living the perfect bachelor's life of wining, dining and sleeping with beautiful and exotic women, he met and fell in love with Brenna, an average girl who was resistant to his animal magnetism. Not impressed with his charms, Brenna resisted his advances. Because of his egotistical, stubborn, distrusting and domineering personality, he was used to getting what he wanted, and he wanted Brenna and plotted ways to get her.

This old abandon Farm Barn/House is located just outside Jackson Hole Wyoming on the way to Yellowstone. As you walk through the pasture one realizes the hardships people endured long ago. To that generation, it was normal living, to us today, it is impossible living.

 

Canon Xti Rebel (Hand Held)

Image opened in Adobe Bridge CS4 in Camera Raw

Adjusted Exposure to -2/0/+2

Merged in Photomatix

Denoised using Topaz Denoise

Duplicated the image, selected Muliply, lighten up a bit.

Applied Orton Effect

For panoramic map see: www.remember.org/camps/birkenau/index.html

 

Left: Women prisoners on the left are being marched to work from their barracks on the left in the women’s camp, either BIa, or b.

 

Center: Unloading of prisoners ringed by armed SS guards, and selection for either slave labor or, more probably the gas.

 

Rear: In the background, 3/4 km. from the front, are the smokestacks of Krematoria II, and III where men, women and children were gassed, their bodies burned, and their ashes dumped into huge pits, or in the river Sola. These were the largest Krematoria in the entire Nazi system. Originally built to exterminate the Jewish people, many “Gypsies” (more accurately named Sinti and Roma) were also murdered here.

 

Right: On the right are the men’s camps: BII-a, b, c, d, e, f, g. Each of these barracks has about 1,000 people crammed into impossible living conditions. At the peak in 1944, about 100,000 people were imprisoned here, almost all of them merely because of their different culture, ethnicity, and religion. In the right foreground a men’s Kommando, or work unit, watched by armed SS, are carrying poles into the camp. In the extreme foreground is a prisoner foremen, or Kapo, who had the power of life and death over his charges.

 

Oil: Mieczyslaw Koscielniak

Reproduction courtesy of Auschwitz Museum Archive, 1980

 

This old abandon Farm Barn/House is located just outside Jackson Hole Wyoming on the way to Yellowstone. As you walk through the pasture one realizes the hardship people endured long ago. To that generation, it was normal living, to us today, it is impossible living.

 

Image details

 

Canon Xti Rebel (Hand Held)

Image opened in Adobe Bridge CS4 in Camera Raw

Adjusted Exposure to -2/0/+2

Merged in Photomatix

Opened in Photoshop Elements

Adjusted Saturation

Denoised using Topaz Denoise (No adjust this time)

Converted to B&W , slight old news print tint added.

 

Rebecca Ferguson - showing how to livesensical.com? In Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, Rebecca Ferguson plays Ilsa Faust, a mysterious assassin. In person, Ferguson, 31, is polite, amiable and intriguing. Opposite Tom Cruise, she is enticing while he is, well...

 

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Nearly 1000 people lived in every hut, in prefabricated stables brought from Germany. No heating, no cleaning, and no isolation from the outside made impossible living more than 2 months.

B - Belief. What in this context is spiritual belief. Belief that "is a religious doctrine that is proclaimed as true proof" (definr.com)

 

Beside belief of what is the fact/materialistics in the real world, spiritual belief is something that needed to grow wisdom and mentallity in our life. Although it is not impossible living without spiritual belief, it is easier (to live and face reality) if we are.

 

ps. actually I ran out of idea to post photo this day. Suddenly after I made a call, I saw this book and make some concept with it. The photo concept maybe so blur or out of concept, but at least I have the "God" word to support it. "Voice of the Gods" is a fantasy book from Trudi Canavan. Her works are great, and I love them.

In Inuit communities, the women play a crucial role in the survival of the group. The responsibilities faced by Inuit women were considered equally as important as those faced by the men. Because of this, the women were given due respect, but are not given an equal share of influence or power. In Inuit culture, marriage was not a choice, but a necessity. Inuit men and women needed each other to survive. Married couples had to work together to overcome nearly impossible living conditions. Because every individual had to rely on a partner to survive, marriages were often arranged at birth to ensure the survival of the family. Love marriages, or choice marriages, existed, but these were all but arranged because there were usually few eligible partners. A young woman was eligible for marriage after puberty, but a man had to prove he was efficient enough in hunting to support a family before he could marry.