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Not my best photo. But I had to snap a quick shot of this stunning tree as it stubbornly clings to its gorgeous fall colors despite strong winds and rain.
Love it! How fun! You get a tiny taste of how it might be if the villains took over in the Boo To You parade at the Magic Kingdom during Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. I think that’s my favorite parade at Disney World.
Wow, lots of Disney music in this one. Enjoy!
This is a video to announce a new product launch. The images are projected on to the front of a building in Germany. Um… WOW!
I just love it when little kids get over the top excited about things adults take for granted. I can’t help but smile as this wee one shares his excitement over learning to ride his bike and then goes on to encourage anyone else who might be trying to ride a bike for the first time too.
I am high risk, had a lumpectomy several years ago even. This war is important to me and should be to anyone who cares about any woman as this is a battle that could affect anyone. The woman in these photos are some of the bravest ever. God bless them for their courage.
Did you know October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month?
What started out as an effort aimed at raising awareness about young women with breast cancer has turned into something more beautiful, more provocative and more revealing than fashion photographer David Jay could have imagined. By taking portraits of his subjects and their scarred chests, Jay unlocked a visual world few have seen where grace, guts, pain, and femininity all cross paths to expose a deeply moving side of humanity.
LIFE.com spoke to Jay about the culmination of his work — a book called The SCAR Project — and about the raw, hard-hitting images
I’ve always loved Asian art and architecture in pretty much any form and while it may not be the same as actually visiting those places, I just love exploring the details found in EPCOT’s China pavillion. I’m so glad I remembered to look up.
This is magical! I’d recreate this in a heartbeat if we had any big old trees in our yard.
This is wonderful!!
A Little Bit of Magic
This is a 6-inch tall door at the bottom of a tree at Lake Harriet in Minneapolis. People of all ages leave around 1500 notes behind the door every year, and every single one of them is answered. Each reply ends with, “I believe in you.” No one has seen the elf, but he’s known as “Mr. Little Guy”