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Breathtaking views of our planet Earth, high quality wallpapers with beauty of nature. Interesting and hilarious pictures for your positive attitude

Inspiring and breathtaking views of our planet

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These high quality wallpapers are gladly presented by Vanisha from Mauritius Island in the Indian Ocean. When you look upon these pictures you should try to feel your inner senses. How does it feel for you, when you see the beauty of nature. You may try to visualize yourself having vacation at this beautiful island, try to bring as many senses as possible.

  • Hear the seashore, palms trembling, breeze blowing softly.
  • Smell the hot and salty air, smell the breeze that brings the voices of the sea.
  • Close your eyes, look around, look above, imagine something else at those pictures.
  • Feel the air with your skin, feel the sun shining and caressing your skin, touch the water, play with it.
  • Jump into the water, taste the salty water or imagine exotic delicious meals and cocktails that you taste.

The power of visualization is truly the greatest when you bring as many senses to this process as possible, remember to visualize at least two times a day, when you woke up in the morning, and before falling asleep in the evening. Choose yourself a picture that suits you just fine, share your pictures with community. When we visualize beauty of nature - we help our planet to rejuvenate, we fill our planet with power of our thoughts. Incredible achievements can be accomplished, and ecological problems will be swept away with the power of our thoughts.

Sandy beach with bungalos and beautiful palms
Palms, clean sky, turquoise water and fresh breeze
Interesting and colorful wallpaper with beautiful sunset Immense power of nature created this wonderful waterfall surrounded by green trees

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Last Updated on Friday, 10 July 2009 09:31
 


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