A Photo A Week Challenge – Warmly Fire

Constantly burning for so long!

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Cosmic Photo Challenge – Strictly Elemental

Four totally different, yet so much close elements they are.

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Lofty Flames

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Not much difference there is
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A Festival Of Fire And Ice

Arrival of winter season bring heavy snowfalls in Northern areas of Pakistan. With mercury dropping way down below, traveling to those areas becomes a bone chilling challenge for an outsider.

But for the locals, winter is the time when they celebrate and look forward towards the arrival of a new year through festive rituals.

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On That Path

Why should we walk
On that path
Chosen by everyone else

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Wednesday Wisdom – June 8

A little bit of wisdom for Wednesday, June 8 2016

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Flower And Fire

Walking ahead in life, some of us don’t turn around and look back to things we have done.

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Guest Post: Enchanted Forest – King Fire

Nature always paves way for new life from and old one. Bull Dog Travels found out so

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Enchanted Forest – King Fire

Bulldog Travels

Last September our family had quite a scare.  A massive wildfire ripped through the El Dorado Nation Forest in a dead run towards our family cabin.  In what seemed like an entirely impossible feat Mother Nature once again showed us her might by making the King Fire move 50,000 acres over night.  For almost a month fire fighters did everything humanly possible to keep this fire contained.  For most of the month though Mother Nature mocked their efforts.  It seemed the drought conditions in California combined with unusual wind conditions made for an extremely dangerous go of it.  The Fire ended up contained after approximately 97,000 acres of destruction.  It stopped one mile from our family cabin.  We are very lucky to have our cabin and our health when others were not so lucky.  We are most grateful that no one lost their life fighting this fire.  (Thank you to all of you…

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