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The Columbia Gorge. Spring 2013. Bluer Denim’s first image campaign. 

bluerdenim:

The Columbia Gorge. Spring 2013. Bluer Denim’s first image campaign. 

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astrolocherry:

Your horoscope is a picture of how the heavens looked at the time you took your first breath. The moment of birth is a snapshot, so to speak, a still life. But nothing stopped maving when you were born, the planets kept lumbering along in their orbits. Examining your birth chart indicates what your focus is, where you want to put your energies, what you want to accomplish in your life. And where it really gets interesting is when additionally you begin to look at the positions of the moving planets adding their influence. These transits move from one area to another causing attention to be brought to bear in each department of life. Saturn is probably the most important of the transiting planets. He occupies each of the life areas, the houses, in your horoscope for about two and one-half years. Now, suppose transiting Saturn has just left your second house and entered your third. Anything you read about Saturn in the third house would then be of great benefit to you because it brings the new influence into consciousness where you can more easily deal with it. In fact, if you do nothing else with astrology except follow transiting Saturn you will greatly benefit 
Jon Hassinger author of Complete Astrology for Beginners for Astrolocherry

astrolocherry:

Your horoscope is a picture of how the heavens looked at the time you took your first breath. The moment of birth is a snapshot, so to speak, a still life. But nothing stopped maving when you were born, the planets kept lumbering along in their orbits. Examining your birth chart indicates what your focus is, where you want to put your energies, what you want to accomplish in your life. And where it really gets interesting is when additionally you begin to look at the positions of the moving planets adding their influence. These transits move from one area to another causing attention to be brought to bear in each department of life. Saturn is probably the most important of the transiting planets. He occupies each of the life areas, the houses, in your horoscope for about two and one-half years. Now, suppose transiting Saturn has just left your second house and entered your third. Anything you read about Saturn in the third house would then be of great benefit to you because it brings the new influence into consciousness where you can more easily deal with it. In fact, if you do nothing else with astrology except follow transiting Saturn you will greatly benefit

Jon Hassinger author of Complete Astrology for Beginners for Astrolocherry

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