Split Rock all dressed up in ice. With a thin veil of sea smoke. Also, this was my first time using the a7riii for landscapes, and oh - you guys, I'm in love.
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By far the most memorable sunrises of 2018. I will never forget the distinct sound the ice made as it was being pushed onto the shore on this cold -15°F morning. There's only a handful of days that the sun lines up perfectly with the hole in Hollow Rock which is why this photo is so special 🙏🏼
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The traditional Maya religion of Guatemala, Belize, western Honduras, and the Tabasco, Chiapas, and Yucatán regions of Mexico is a southeastern variant of Mesoamerican religion. As is the case with many other contemporary Mesoamerican religions, it results from centuries of symbiosis with Roman Catholicism. When its pre-Spanish antecedents are taken into account, however, traditional Maya religion already exists for more than two millennia as a recognizably distinct phenomenon. Before the advent of Christianity, it was spread over many indigenous kingdoms, with all their own local traditions. Today, it coexists and interacts with pan-Mayan syncretism, the 're-invention of tradition' by the Pan-Maya movement, and Christianity in its various denominations.
3 & 1/2 years ago our Friday nights looked much more different, but I wouldn’t change a thing. Grateful to be at your side, @mark.a.wiggins. Even if that means I’m sitting on our bed on my laptop and you’re upstairs applying a sealant that can’t be inhaled by pregnant women. Love you & grateful for you 😉
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Wishing my best day ever never ended. - 📸Brianrappoldphotography
Fun fact, this picture was taken in March! This was from my second time ever Tullibee fishing here in Minnesota. These fish are in my top 5 of favorite to catch, they’re seriously a blast! I finally got the video from this great day on the ice up on my YouTube channel so be sure to hit the link in my bio and check it out! Don’t forget to subscribe too😉.
Jul 29, 2015 · The Maya believed that by dressing and acting as a god, they would be overtaken by the god's spirit and therefore would be able to communicate with him or her. The ancient Maya maintained a complex religion.Apr 24, 2013 · The Mayans religion involved several aspects of nature, astronomy and rituals. Most Gods represented a form in nature, for example, Sun God, Kinih Ahous, or Maize God, Yum Kaax. The Mayans were known for their calenders and astronomical buildings. These were used during their religious rituals.
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