P.I.C. of the Day: Trippy Terra Firma

Zhangye-Danxia-Landform-01-1024x67310.) Zhangye Danxia Landform, China.

Don’t worry, you’re not tripping on psychedelics. These are the Danaxia Landforms in the Ganzu province of China. An ancient basin that dried up over millions of years birthed the oxidized red sediment that makes up the area. Over millions of years orogenic movement lifted the basin, and water flowing down through fissures cut through the landforms creating the unique canyons we see today.

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Planet Earth is a playground of natural beauty, with perfection embedded in all corners of its landscape. Each country possesses unique topographic features which inspire travelers from afar to set out and survey the wonders of the natural countryside. We’ve put together a list of 10 spots you must have on your travel bucket list for reasons of simple astonishment.


1.) Tulip Fields, Holland.

If ‘somewhere over the rainbow’ really existed it would probably look like this. Fields of multicolored flowers have been planted in Anna Paulowna, a town in North Holland, attracting a magnitude of sight-seers every year during the wondrous blooming season. Millions of flowers laid out in horizontal, parallel and perpendicular strips make up a mega-quilt of blossomed beauties.


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10 Breathtaking Places You Need To See Before You Die

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P.I.C. of the Day: Oracle


I bet the energy of this place is intense. Has anyone ever visited this site? If so, please share your experience.


noun    (Concise Encyclopedia)

Source of a divine communication delivered in response to a petitioner’s request. Ancient Greece and Rome had many oracles. The most famous was that of Apollo at Delphi, where the medium was a woman over 50 called the Pythia. After bathing in the Castalian spring, she apparently would descend into a basement cell, mount a sacred tripod, and chew the leaves of the laurel, sacred to Apollo. Her utterances, which were often highly ambiguous, were interpreted by priests. Other oracles, including those at Claros (Apollo), Amphicleia (Dionysus), Olympia (Zeus), and Epidaurus (Asclepius), were consulted through various other methods; for example, the oldest of the oracles, that of Zeus at Dodona, spoke through the whispering of the leaves of a sacred oak. At some shrines, the inquirer would sleep in the holy precinct and receive an answer in a dream.

P.I.C. of the Day

You may be wondering why I chose this photo for my P.I.C. of the Day. It’s just a photo of some Coke cans  right? Wrong!! This is NOT a photo. It’s an oil painting from hyperrealist artist named Pedro Campos. Cool, right?!!

To see more of this awesome guy’s work click this link:




P.I.C. of the Day: This Question Never Gets Old…

Or answered by those in positions of power. SMH.












This is the first photo in a new series for this blog, P.I.C. of the day. P.I.C. is an acronym meaning Photos that Inspire Change/Creativity. The words change and creativity are interchangeable. Since I am an avid fan of photography (My Sun is conjunct Neptune, the planet of photography and Pisces (sign of photography) is intercepted in my house of values (2nd house), I feel it is necessary that I express this love for the artform in my SUV blog. One of my more tepid dreams is to take up photography as a hobby. One day I am going to puchase one of those fancy schmanzy Nikons.

You know what they say about the worth of pictures, don’t you?