During yesterday’s annular eclipse, in which the moon passed in front of the sun leaving only a golden ring around its edges, Hidetaka Onoyama‘s photo emerged as our favorite image. Taken from Tokyo, it’s a beautiful reminder of the wonder of nature, and the power of science to understand.
- Some loveliness after a week of the other.
- Easy to follow, do it in your living room and don’t be afraid…let yourself go!
It’s been a day for the record books, an 8.9 earthquake, huge tsunamis, volcanic eruptions and now the threat of nuclear pollution. So in honor of Friday, and some de-stressing goodness, here is a lesson in yoga from someone who
- Did you know?
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