Aid aladha in morocco #KT #myphotography #nofilter

Aid aladha in morocco #KT #myphotography #nofilter

Old stuff always remind you of long gone memories #oldbooks #memories #myphotography

Old stuff always remind you of long gone memories #oldbooks #memories #myphotography

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Once-mighty Aral Sea reduced to largely salt: The central Asian body of water, exploited for irrigation for decades, is almost gone NASA photos show
Striking photos from NASA show that the Aral Sea, once the fourth largest lake in the world, has shrunk to its smallest size in modern history. Dwindling water stocks follow more than five decades of humans siphoning from the rivers that feed the sea and a recent summer that was hotter and drier than usual.
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Photo credit: NASA
Story by: Wilson Dizard 

aljazeeraamerica:

Once-mighty Aral Sea reduced to largely salt: The central Asian body of water, exploited for irrigation for decades, is almost gone NASA photos show

Striking photos from NASA show that the Aral Sea, once the fourth largest lake in the world, has shrunk to its smallest size in modern history. Dwindling water stocks follow more than five decades of humans siphoning from the rivers that feed the sea and a recent summer that was hotter and drier than usual.

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Photo credit: NASA

Story by: Wilson Dizard 

The best form of faith is the belief that God is with you wherever you are.

Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)

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Maang Tikka is a hair accessory held by a hook at the centre parting of the hair, with the pendant falling on the center of the forehead. The point where it falls is believed to be the ajna chakra, which in Sanskrit means “to know or perceive”. The chakra is represented by two petals signifying the holy union of the male and female elements on a spiritual, physical and emotional level.

Maang Tikka is a hair accessory held by a hook at the centre parting of the hair, with the pendant falling on the center of the forehead. The point where it falls is believed to be the ajna chakra, which in Sanskrit means “to know or perceive”. The chakra is represented by two petals signifying the holy union of the male and female elements on a spiritual, physical and emotional level.