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°•Gurmukh Singh•°

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            ਪੂਚ-ਪੂਚ ਕਰੀ ਨਾ ਕਦੇ ਕਿਸੇ💢🙄 ਬੰਦੇ ਦੀ,,
ਭਾਵੇਂ ਆਕੜ ਚ ਰਹਿ ਕੇ ਬਦਨਾਮੀ ਖੱਟ ਲੀ..😉😒
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ਪੂਚ-ਪੂਚ ਕਰੀ ਨਾ ਕਦੇ ਕਿਸੇ💢🙄 ਬੰਦੇ ਦੀ,, ਭਾਵੇਂ ਆਕੜ ਚ ਰਹਿ ਕੇ ਬਦਨਾਮੀ ਖੱਟ ਲੀ..😉😒 . . . . . #instagood #trending #instagram #trend #Insta #likeforlikes #photography #photoshoot #trendingnow #wmk🙏_______________________________________________ #wmk🙏 #fashionmodel #model #time #fashion #grow #followme #likes4like #likes #followers #followforfollowback #sun #punjab #shooting #sardarji #fitness #mood

yuj

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            Following me @yujiryoge 
Yoga practice makes us perfect 
Yoga tells us to be perfect with discipline and this makes you and you makes yourself 
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Following me @yujiryoge Yoga practice makes us perfect Yoga tells us to be perfect with discipline and this makes you and you makes yourself So let's get started . . . . . . . . . . . #instayum #yujiryoge #yogafit #streetphotographer #yogadaily #YogaCommunity #princess #asana #time #findyourpassion #powerlifting #beautifulday #beautifuldestinations #love #bodypositive #india #Cultura #hindu #happy #december #DoIt #following #followers #follow #followforfollow #likeforlikeback #likeforliketeam #followforfollowback

therock

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            Flyin’ back from work and my flight crew surprised me with my @TIME cover 🎉🍾🙏🏾
The magnitude of this cover hasn’t really sank in yet, I think because it’s all just so damn surreal. 
I may have to take this private bird to and from work every now and then, but I still live in the country and drive my pick up truck so a recognition blows me away. 
Mahalo Kimberly for this incredibly thoughtful gesture. 
You Rock - pun intended.

Flyin’ back from work and my flight crew surprised me with my @TIME cover 🎉🍾🙏🏾 The magnitude of this cover hasn’t really sank in yet, I think because it’s all just so damn surreal. I may have to take this private bird to and from work every now and then, but I still live in the country and drive my pick up truck so a recognition blows me away. Mahalo Kimberly for this incredibly thoughtful gesture. You Rock - pun intended. #time #MostInfluential #surprise

𝑫𝑰𝑫𝑬𝑴 𝑪𝑬𝑳𝑬𝑩𝑰

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            Your thoughts are seeds. You can grow flowers or weeds. It’s your own choose. Make your most beautiful garden 👩🏻‍🌾 ———————————————————————

Your thoughts are seeds. You can grow flowers or weeds. It’s your own choose. Make your most beautiful garden 👩🏻‍🌾 ——————————————————————— #shooting #fashioncelebi #Celebi #lover #clothes #design #collection #new #vibes #fashionistas #model #fashionkilla #styleblogger #black #bright #beauty #time #Pic #instaMoment #shoot #gorgeous #fashionstyle #outfitideas #BestMoments #lifestyle #brussels #work #life #day #picoftheday

Urtė Jasenka

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            Visus kviečiu į savo darbų pristatymą Vilniuje,  gruodžio 21 d. @huracancoffee (Užupio g. 13) kavinėje!🐾🖤☕️ Papasakosiu apie savo kūrybą, darbo procesą, personažus, pasidalinsiu mažytėmis sėkmės ir nesėkmės istorijomis bei kaip ir nuo ko viskas prasidėjo! Taip pat galėsite gyvai peržiūrėti piešinius bei norintys juos ir įsigyti! 🎄Pokalbį ves nuostabi muzikantė, NIKO artistė @julijaivanovaite ♥️ nuotrauka: @monikaxmarkeviciute 🔥

Visus kviečiu į savo darbų pristatymą Vilniuje, gruodžio 21 d. @huracancoffee (Užupio g. 13) kavinėje!🐾🖤☕️ Papasakosiu apie savo kūrybą, darbo procesą, personažus, pasidalinsiu mažytėmis sėkmės ir nesėkmės istorijomis bei kaip ir nuo ko viskas prasidėjo! Taip pat galėsite gyvai peržiūrėti piešinius bei norintys juos ir įsigyti! 🎄Pokalbį ves nuostabi muzikantė, NIKO artistė @julijaivanovaite ♥️ nuotrauka: @monikaxmarkeviciute 🔥 #vilnius #huracancoffee #uzupis #city #Magic #story #love #lovemyjob #yaskaart #cool #travel #klaipeda #lithuania #artist #painter #dream #dreambig #woman #winter #happy #visualart #postcard #art #heart #world #coffee #Saturday #december #cozy #time

Fan Maps

Because of Time Zones, it can be 3 Different dates on Earth at one Time • “Given the current arrangement of time zones, everyday between 10:00 UTC and 11:59 UTC three different calendar dates exist at different places on Earth.” • “The International Date Line (IDL) is an imaginary line of navigation on the surface of the Earth that runs from the North Pole to the South Pole and demarcates the change of one calendar day to the next. It passes through the middle of the Pacific Ocean, roughly following the 180° line of longitude but deviating to pass around some territories and island groups.” • Help us grow our community: tag a friend on this post! • Like what I share? Curating this page demands a huge effort. Help me keep my work, buy me a coffee via paypal: ko-fi.com/fanmaps (link in my bio). • Text Source: @wikipedia • #map #world #country #population #cartography #geography #earth #globe #people #planet #history #economy #time #day #Timezone #Greenwich #uk #london #europe #island #usa #america #pacificocean #samoa #atlanticocean #tuesday #TBT #whattimeisit

Gossip Room

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            "The Knight before Christmas" est le nouveau film de Noël de Netflix. Cette comédie romantique mettant en vedette Vanessa Hudgens et Josh Whitehouse sera diffusée le 21 novembre sur la plateforme. L’histoire ? En pleine période de Noël, une enseignante en sciences qui ne croit plus en l’amour, croise le chemin d’un chevalier du passé qui se retrouve à notre époque et qui a besoin de son aide pour retourner là d’où il vient. Entre magie de fêtes de fin d’année et choc des époques, ce film promet un bon moment à passer ! 😍🎄❄️

"The Knight before Christmas" est le nouveau film de Noël de Netflix. Cette comédie romantique mettant en vedette Vanessa Hudgens et Josh Whitehouse sera diffusée le 21 novembre sur la plateforme. L’histoire ? En pleine période de Noël, une enseignante en sciences qui ne croit plus en l’amour, croise le chemin d’un chevalier du passé qui se retrouve à notre époque et qui a besoin de son aide pour retourner là d’où il vient. Entre magie de fêtes de fin d’année et choc des époques, ce film promet un bon moment à passer ! 😍🎄❄️ #vanessahudgens #JoshWhitehouse #theknightbeforechristmas #Netflix #christmas #noel #xmas #film #movie #yas #cantwait #love #time #science #interesting #story #script #COMINGSOON ⠀⠀

thephotosociety

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            Photo by @stephenedwardferry // Berlin, November, 1989

On the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall,  I am looking back at my memories (both inside my head and inside my files) of that amazing historical moment.  In the company of great photojournalists such as Alexandra Avakian (who took to my mind ,the most iconic image of the event), Chris Morris, the incomparable Alfred Yaghobzadeh, Gilles Peress, Anthony Suau, Ron Haviv and Chip Hires I worked day and night to the point of sheer exhaustion,  fueled by a sense of history and the elating atmosphere of liberation in the air. 
Among many anecdotes, I remember taking my film to the airport to be sent to Paris (I worked for the French-American agency Gamma-Liaison at the time, on assignment for Time magazine) in the hands of a fellow photographer. In those days, long before digital photographer was even in the womb,  that’s how we did it.  There I met a distinguished French Photographer, his arms full of envelopes of film from numerous colleagues, ready to board his flight, and I reminded him to please not pass the film through x-ray machines en route to Paris.  He amusedly said, “I know that.” Turns out, to my embarrassment, that was none other than the legendary Raymond Depardon, who took not only one of the most memorable pictures of 1989 but also historic images of the Wall as it was being built.

Photo by @stephenedwardferry // Berlin, November, 1989 On the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, I am looking back at my memories (both inside my head and inside my files) of that amazing historical moment. In the company of great photojournalists such as Alexandra Avakian (who took to my mind ,the most iconic image of the event), Chris Morris, the incomparable Alfred Yaghobzadeh, Gilles Peress, Anthony Suau, Ron Haviv and Chip Hires I worked day and night to the point of sheer exhaustion, fueled by a sense of history and the elating atmosphere of liberation in the air. Among many anecdotes, I remember taking my film to the airport to be sent to Paris (I worked for the French-American agency Gamma-Liaison at the time, on assignment for Time magazine) in the hands of a fellow photographer. In those days, long before digital photographer was even in the womb, that’s how we did it. There I met a distinguished French Photographer, his arms full of envelopes of film from numerous colleagues, ready to board his flight, and I reminded him to please not pass the film through x-ray machines en route to Paris. He amusedly said, “I know that.” Turns out, to my embarrassment, that was none other than the legendary Raymond Depardon, who took not only one of the most memorable pictures of 1989 but also historic images of the Wall as it was being built. #Berlin #fallofthewall #endofcoldwar #gammapresseimages #gamma-liaison #time #reduxpictures #ojorojofabricavisual @alfredyaghobzadehphoto @christopher_vii @ronhaviv_vii @suauanthony @chiphires

Giulia🌹

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Day 10
In questo momento sono a letto e l'unico rumore che sento (oltre la partita di calcio, che Matteo sta guardando in salotto), è il russare di Asia. 
Oggi è stata una giornata intensa di lavoro e non sono riuscita a trascorrere molto tempo con la mia piccolina. Purtroppo giornate così capitano e proprio per questo il tempo che ho, cerco di sfruttarlo al massimo per stare con lei. 
Mi sono resaconto che i momenti, anche se pochi devo tenermeli stretti e godermeli a pieno, perché domani mi girerò e sarà già grande e lei non avrà tempo per me.
Casella n10= TEMPO

• Day 10 In questo momento sono a letto e l'unico rumore che sento (oltre la partita di calcio, che Matteo sta guardando in salotto), è il russare di Asia. Oggi è stata una giornata intensa di lavoro e non sono riuscita a trascorrere molto tempo con la mia piccolina. Purtroppo giornate così capitano e proprio per questo il tempo che ho, cerco di sfruttarlo al massimo per stare con lei. Mi sono resaconto che i momenti, anche se pochi devo tenermeli stretti e godermeli a pieno, perché domani mi girerò e sarà già grande e lei non avrà tempo per me. Casella n10= TEMPO #time #calendariodellavvento #10dicembre #ChristmasIsComing

Space-time

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            About 57 light years from Earth, astronomers have discovered a large new planet, colored a deep magenta. It’s the second planet whose color has been directly observed by astronomers, the first being HD 189733b. That alone would make this find noteworthy. But equally noteworthy is the fact that the planet itself challenges current theories of planetary formation.
This planet, GJ 504b, is about the size of Jupiter, but has several times its mass. It’s actually so far the smallest planet that’s ever been directly imaged with a telescope, rather than being observed by eclipsing its parent star.
Planets the size of Jupiter appear to be quite common throughout our galaxy – astronomers have discovered many outside of our solar system. But what’s unusual about this planet is that it’s located about 4.05 billion miles from its star – about 43.5 times the distance between the Earth and the Sun. If it were in our own solar system, it would be beyond the orbit of Neptune.
That’s what poses a problem for astronomers. The current model for how Jupiter-sized planets form is called core accretion theory. In this model of planetary formation, after a star is formed, it’s surrounded by a massive field of debris. At some point, comets or asteroids in the field collide, producing a more massive body. That body then collides into other bodies and gets more massive.
Eventually, as the body gets more massive, its gravity starts attracting dust and gasses in the debris field. Like a snowball, the planet gets bigger and bigger as it attracts more mass. Eventually, a gas giant is formed.
But here’s the thing – the orbit of Neptune is about at the outer edge of distances from a star that such planets could form. When they’re out further, the debris is estimated to be too dispersed to form a planet as massive as Jupiter, because there’s just not enough stuff out there to accumulate.
And yet, there’s GJ504b, sitting at a distance much further away from its star than Neptune does ours.
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About 57 light years from Earth, astronomers have discovered a large new planet, colored a deep magenta. It’s the second planet whose color has been directly observed by astronomers, the first being HD 189733b. That alone would make this find noteworthy. But equally noteworthy is the fact that the planet itself challenges current theories of planetary formation. This planet, GJ 504b, is about the size of Jupiter, but has several times its mass. It’s actually so far the smallest planet that’s ever been directly imaged with a telescope, rather than being observed by eclipsing its parent star. Planets the size of Jupiter appear to be quite common throughout our galaxy – astronomers have discovered many outside of our solar system. But what’s unusual about this planet is that it’s located about 4.05 billion miles from its star – about 43.5 times the distance between the Earth and the Sun. If it were in our own solar system, it would be beyond the orbit of Neptune. That’s what poses a problem for astronomers. The current model for how Jupiter-sized planets form is called core accretion theory. In this model of planetary formation, after a star is formed, it’s surrounded by a massive field of debris. At some point, comets or asteroids in the field collide, producing a more massive body. That body then collides into other bodies and gets more massive. Eventually, as the body gets more massive, its gravity starts attracting dust and gasses in the debris field. Like a snowball, the planet gets bigger and bigger as it attracts more mass. Eventually, a gas giant is formed. But here’s the thing – the orbit of Neptune is about at the outer edge of distances from a star that such planets could form. When they’re out further, the debris is estimated to be too dispersed to form a planet as massive as Jupiter, because there’s just not enough stuff out there to accumulate. And yet, there’s GJ504b, sitting at a distance much further away from its star than Neptune does ours. Follow @space_time_facts_ #nasa  #isro  #space  #time  #spactime  #spacefacts #spacefact  #stephenhawking  #stringtheory #quantumphysics  #timetravel  #tesla #theoryofrelativity  #einstein  #earth  #theblackhole #blackhole

RadhiQa

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            Neighbour love 🌺  May 27, 2019

Neighbour love 🌺 #Repost @ishaannair7 with @get_repost ・・・ SUNDAZE • first morning to myself in 5 weeks . Gorgeous you @radhikaofficial Hmu @gluca_casu.makeup @fazemanagement Styling @taniafadte Attire @pallavi_mohan_not_so_serious_ #time #love #beauty #skin #actor #daze #

Space-time

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            This composite image combines data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and the NSF's Karl Jansky Very Large Array (VLA). Chandra observed powerful X-rays (red) produced by hot gas circling around a black hole at the center of a galaxy located 9.9 billion light-years from Earth. The VLA was used to detect radio-wave emissions (blue) emitted by the jet of high-energy particles streaming from the black hole. 
The black hole is located at the center of a galaxy about 9.9 billion light-years from Earth. Scientists believe it has spurred star formation in at least four neighboring galaxies that are more than 1 million light-years away — the longest distance over which a black hole has ever triggered the formation of new stars, according to the statement. (Image credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/INAF/R. Gilli et al.; Radio NRAO/VLA; Optical: NASA/STScI) & space.com
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This composite image combines data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and the NSF's Karl Jansky Very Large Array (VLA). Chandra observed powerful X-rays (red) produced by hot gas circling around a black hole at the center of a galaxy located 9.9 billion light-years from Earth. The VLA was used to detect radio-wave emissions (blue) emitted by the jet of high-energy particles streaming from the black hole.  The black hole is located at the center of a galaxy about 9.9 billion light-years from Earth. Scientists believe it has spurred star formation in at least four neighboring galaxies that are more than 1 million light-years away — the longest distance over which a black hole has ever triggered the formation of new stars, according to the statement. (Image credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/INAF/R. Gilli et al.; Radio NRAO/VLA; Optical: NASA/STScI) & space.com Follow @space_time_facts_ #nasa  #isro  #space  #time  #spactime  #spacefacts #spacefact  #stephenhawking  #stringtheory #quantumphysics  #timetravel  #tesla #theoryofrelativity  #einstein  #earth  #theblackhole #blackhole  #cosmophotography  #cosmology #Cosmos  #Interstellar  #infinity  #astrophysics #astronomy  #Sirius