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The Luckiest Lamp

7… it’s by far the most famous number, and probably the one most associated with happiness. It’s considered the luckiest in a countless number of …

the iridescent Blue Pond (青い池). The pond's origins are recent. After nearby Mt. Tokachi erupted in 1988, the regional government constructed a damn to protect nearby towns from volcanic mudflows. The resulting body of water, also commonly called Aonuma (青沼), owes its bright color to a high concentration of aluminum hydroxide, which reflects blue light. Blue Pond is just one of five volcanic lakes in the region formed after the eruption, and each has its own distinctive color. The pond is a popular destination for tourists during the warmer months, but its location in the northern part of the country makes it difficult to access during winter snows. See more photos by tapping the blue location link above. Photo by @javawock.

1. Tap the screen to lock the focus on the brightest part of your scene so you don’t over-expose the sky. 2. Use a waterproof case and turn your device upside-down to get the lens as close to the surface as possible! 3. Calmer days make for the best reflections and sunrise or sunset make for the most colorful scenes. Photo by @mattglastonbury

In Japan, Christmas lights, called "illuminations" (イルミネーション) in Japanese, go up as early as mid-November and can remain on display as late as March. Businesses, main streets and big parks go all-out with spectacular LED reveries and exquisitely decorated Christmas trees for passersby to experience. The illuminations play an important role in creating the festive and romantic mood of winter in Japan and they are more astounding with each passing year. The Kobe Luminarie (神戸ルミナリエ) in Kobe, Japan, is one of the most striking displays every year. Kobe hosted its first illumination festival in December of 1995 in memory of the Great Hanshin Earthquake which struck the region in January of the same year. The Italian-designed illuminations were donated by the government of Italy, and the soft, solemn glow of the hand-painted lights became a symbol of remembrance and hope. The Kobe Luminarie was originally meant to be a one

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Piccadilly Circus

Trees In Winter [Sol Invictus]

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