#Getting Lost

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Miracle dog survives a month in Maroon Bells Wilderness after getting lost

ASPEN — A little cockapoo relied on a big heart, wily wits and maybe a little luck to survive four weeks in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness Area near Aspen. Bella disappeared June 18 while hiking the Capitol Creek Ditch Trail with Betsy and Jim Chaffin and their extended family, including two other dogs. Bella had gone ahead of the human pack with the Chaffins’ grandson and other dogs when she turned around. Somehow, she got off course and, willingly or not, went on an epic journey.
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The Splitting of the Seine

In today’s area for Passport Members, you’ll see how I combined 5 raw files from my old Nikon into the final scene!. Today’s how-to is a pretty simple one. I chose to really emphasize the way the water looks and the reflections. Daily Photo – The Splitting of the Seine.
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What are the ‘twisties’ in gymnastics?

When Simone Biles said she realized she needed to withdraw from the team final after getting lost in the air, many gymnasts recognized something called the “twisties.” NBC’s Stephanie Gosk talks to Biles’ former coach in Rio about the phenomenon for TODAY in Tokyo.July 29, 2021.
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Manifest Season 4 – Everything You Want To Know!!!!

Manifest Season 4– Admirers of the superhit NBC show ‘Manifest’ were left dull as the drama was firstly retarded on 14th of June succeeding three seasons. Although, the gossips have started to move around the potential comeback to the show in the sort of a two-hour film. What took place...
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Simone Biles gets ‘lost in the air’ in video of vault stumble

Former US gymnastics Olympian Laurie Hernandez said Simone Biles was “lost in the air” before awkwardly landing her vault Tuesday, leading the 24-year-old to shockingly withdraw from the team final in Tokyo. “A: That’s crazy,” Hernandez, working as an analyst for Peacock, said of Biles landing in the first place....
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55 in 55: Getting lost in Lincoln County

Coming out of the Big Ugly Creek Wildlife Management Area, in Harts, I’d taken a wrong turn and abruptly gone off the map. Cell service had vanished, and along with it directions back to the main road. Coming to the Big Ugly Creek Wildlife Management Area had been kind of...

Indigo Releases New Song “Lost In You”

Toronto-based singer-songwriter Indigo Villeneuve-Hollis, aka Indigo returned with a new song “Lost In You”. It is her first single since the 2019 single “The Light”. Also, the song will appear on her upcoming debut EP produced by Lantz and David Ariza. “'Lost In You' has a sense of chaos and...

What to do if you get lost hiking? Top tips for your mountain safety

What to do if you get lost hiking? Perhaps the first thing to do is to think of Arthur Dent and Ford Prefect. Okay, they were hitchhiking rather than just normal hiking and their wilderness was outer space rather than Yosemite or the Lake District but their trusty guide book’s main bit of advice is perfectly pertinent. As is emblazoned in big, bold letters across the front of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: ‘DON’T PANIC’ would be our first bit of advice if you get lost hiking.
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In His Debut Exhibition, Minjae Kim Explores Identity and Getting Lost in Cultural Translation

It’s widely understood by now that so much of what we consider pillars of the canon of Western art and design can be boiled down to borrowing from other cultures. We know that Picasso’s long, flat, painted faces were inspired by traditional African masks and that floral chinoiserie prints were made by European decorators wanting to mimic the patterns found on Chinese ceramics. In a text that accompanies architect and designer Minjae Kim’s debut exhibition at the Los Angeles gallery Marta, writer and curator Su Wu delves into the tensions, inspired by this appropriation, that makes up the core of Kim’s work. “By allowing rituals of life and their affiliated embellishments to be misconstrued,” she writes, “Minjae’s furniture turns the Western decorative canon into a romantic imagination — inverting the Modernist appropriation of non-Western aesthetics.”