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erebusodora:

I’ve already written about Natalia “Hellawees” O’Shae and her band “Мельница [Windmill]”. And I’m going to repeat: I’m proud of sharing the origin and the time of my life with this music. It’s so very truthful, so ancient and so modern, all in one.

This is a live performance of a song from their latest album “Angelophrenia”; generally, it’s about non-migrant bird, but I’m afraid I won’t be able to give you a translation that can really explain the feelings.

Pity most of you haven’t seen her performing.
Her songs sound like someone’s wandering soul is howling with feelings. 

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psych2go:

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explainers-nysci:


Autumn equinox is arriving on September 23, 2014 at 2:29 (UTC). You can check the exact time in your area from here!
The autumn equinox is when the Earth has almost no tilt on its axis in regards to the sun. This means that both hemispheres of the Earth receive approximately the same amount of sunlight. You’ll notice that on equinox days, night and day are almost equal in length! 
Get ready for sweater weather and foliage!
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explainers-nysci:

Autumn equinox is arriving on September 23, 2014 at 2:29 (UTC). You can check the exact time in your area from here!

The autumn equinox is when the Earth has almost no tilt on its axis in regards to the sun. This means that both hemispheres of the Earth receive approximately the same amount of sunlight. You’ll notice that on equinox days, night and day are almost equal in length! 

Get ready for sweater weather and foliage!

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