2016年11月12日 星期六

outtake, snorkeler, inlet, Caribbean hideaways

Grace Kelly, Princess of Monaco was born 87 years ago today, November 12, 1929 in Philadelphia, PA. She is pictured here in an outtake shot for LIFE magazine in 1954. (Sharland—The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images) #LIFElegends #GraceKelly

Award-winning American environmental photographer Gary Braasch died while snorkeling at the northern end of the Great Barrier Reef:http://reut.rs/24LydEV


The brown domes of two nuclear plant towers loom in clear view of sunbathers on the white sands, while snorkelers paddle in a coral-rich inlet right next to the open, cement-sided cooling water outtake channel.

Snorkeling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Snorkeling (British spelling: snorkelling) is the practice of swimming at the surface of a body of water while equipped with a diving mask, a shaped ...
Caribbean  hideaways

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My wife and I have found isolated hideaways in Mexico and in the Caribbean where no one knows I am a psychologist; where painting, swimming, snorkeling, ...


Caribbean English is the variety of English, influenced strongly by European languages and Creole, spoken in many parts of the Caribbean region.

Caribbean
noun, adjective [U] 
(relating to) the sea that is east of Central America and north of South America, or the islands in it and the countries that border this sea

hideaway
noun [C] INFORMAL
a place where someone goes when they want to relax away from other people

in・let


━━ n. 入江; 小海峡, 瀬戸; 入口; はめ込んだもの, 象眼物.
━━  vt. (~; -tt-) はめ込む, さし込む.

outtake

(out'tāk')
n. A section or scene, as of a movie, that is filmed but not used in the final version.

A complete version, as of a recording, that is dropped in favor of another version

━━ n. (映画・テレビの上映[放映]されない)失敗場面, NG場面.

An opening for outward discharge; a vent.

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