To enumerate the morphing landscape, to acknowledge nature’s potency, to safeguard the picturesque memories etched onto the mind that may otherwise fade away.
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First of all, sorry for delay in the announcement of the blog award. As you all know, I was away on holiday and it was hard to blog with everything going around me. I would like to say a big thank you to all the bloggers and voters who participated in…
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