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Month: December 2011

Reshared post from +Trey Ratcliff Are you from the Middle East? Let me know!I'm curious about how many middle eastern people are on Google+. I think it's quite high. I took this photo below in Doha, Qatar. This girl was in the +Qatar Airways lounge with me. She was so interesting-looking… I asked her and the man she was with if I could take a photo. I got a big smiley yes. Then I asked her to just carry on…

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47 year old TV Signals bouncing back to Earth!

47 year old TV Signals bouncing back to Earth!

47 year old TV Signals bouncing back to Earth! Reshared post from +Keith Barrett Amazing! Traveling back in time to recover lost Doctor Who episodes 🙂 Embedded Link BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | 47 year old television signals bouncing back to Earth Lost television programmes found in space. Google+: View post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog. Created By Daniel Treadwell.

Composite Photograph of the Lunar Eclipse on Dec 10, 2011

Composite Photograph of the Lunar Eclipse on Dec 10, 2011

Reshared post from +Bill Gross Very cool to see 22 pictures of the Eclipse yesterday all stitched together. Embedded Link Great Picture of the Lunar Eclipse Yesterday I did not see this, but Rahul Jain in India took this amazing series of pictures and stitched them together. Here’s how he did it: Start at 18:22 Indian Standard Time (IST) to 21:45 IST And I start… Google+: View post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog. Created By Daniel Treadwell.

Reshared post from +Mihailo Radičević Expecting follower No. 150.000 … is that a milestone? 🙂 In album Experimental (32 photos) 32 Google+: View post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog. Created By Daniel Treadwell.

My Grandfather’s Last Rites

My Grandfather’s Last Rites

In Bhubaneswar for my grand father’s last rites. I cannot participate first hand as my father is still alive but I can support my parents, grand mother, family and friends in this time of grief. The ceremonies my parents are going through are so profound, so steeped in Hindu tradition that I don’t have words to describe them. Everything they do has a meaning – it is not just empty symbolism. They remind me of who I am, what I…

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