1 minute ago
I seriously love these little mofos. They are everywhere in the ground and just pop up for a week or two in spring. Their marketing strategy is on point!
5 minutes ago
Spring is usually the time when I completely clean out the house, get rid of all clutter and emotional baggage and brace with excitement for a new and exciting summer.
25 minutes ago
House on a hill
27 minutes ago
Sunrise is just different...maybe it’s the quiet over the world. This is PCH north of Santa Cruz and the only sound was the ocean. (3 of 3) .
48 minutes ago
Had a blast shooting smoke bombs yesterday. S/o @nathan_holcomb for taking in all the smoke like a champ 😂🤷🏻♀️
53 minutes ago
1 hour ago
And so the blizzard begins...
1 hour ago
Walk in black 🚶♂️⬛
Ph. Canon EOS 1300D ~ 35mm f/8
5 months ago
Night shot of Le Louvre.
1 year ago
Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy.
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The 27th of January is a date marked in history by sorrow and grief. On this day 73 years ago, Allied Forces liberated the concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau and brought the horrors perpetrated there to an end. To mark this event, we honour today the memories of the six million Jews and other victims who perished during the Holocaust. We also pay tribute to those who survived the Shoah.
This day should remind us to be vigilant in the face of hatred, discrimination and dehumanisation. It is a day to confront those who spread lies about our history and who question the Holocaust or negate its fundamental meaning for today's Europe.
This is a day to firmly condemn hatred, bigotry and Antisemitism in all its forms. We need to build a strong society that stands up for what is right. We need people to speak up and act when they see racist acts in public or when they hear antisemitic slogans on European streets as we have witnessed recently.
As the number of remaining Holocaust survivors decreases, we have a moral responsibility to ensure that their story remains part of Europe's collective memory, also for the young generations.
Antisemitism is not only a threat for Jews but a fundamental menace to our open and liberal societies. Remembering the atrocities of the Holocaust, this darkest chapter of modern European history, is essential for understanding the value of having a European Union today. It is to prevent these horrors that we founded a Union based on universal human rights, democracy, the rule of law and non-discrimination, and it is in the name of those values that we need to preserve it and constantly improve it.
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