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The 2016 Monsoon has officially begun!
The North American Monsoon, otherwise known as the Mexican Monsoon or the Arizona Monsoon, is a pronounced weather pattern change over the Southwestern United States. It generally starts in early July and continues through mid-September.
This seasonal pattern change brings moisture up from the Gulfs of California and Mexico. This departure from the normal west to east flow decreases rain on the Great Plains and increases rain on the east coast. But most importantly, it brings the rains that bring the mountains and the deserts of the Southwest to life.
Florence is such a magnificent city and I've had the pleasure of visiting several times. I have wanted to create a map based on E.M.Forster's novel, and subsequent film adaptation for many years. I have included some of the city's iconic architecture with reference to its role in the novel/ film. I hope to have captured some of Florence's enchantment and romance.
Historical site on Kizhi island. The island is located on Lake Onega in the Republic of Karelia, Russia. The pogost is the area inside a fence which includes two large wooden churches and a bell-tower. The pogost is famous for its beauty and longevity, despite that it is built exclusively of wood. It was included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites.
Client commissioned map of the 128-acre Circle Bar Ranch. Comprised of 13 distinctive blocks, the vineyards include seven different soil types, and is planted to 11 Pinot Noir clonal selections. The incredible range of flavors grown here gives our winemaking team numerous blending options in any given vintage. The well-draining soils of Circle Bar cultivate intensely flavorful red wine. The northern section of the ranch, in particular, has a distinctive volcanic ridgeline that provides optimal conditions for Pinot Noir.
The Bermuda Triangle– also known as the Devil's Triangle– is a section of the Atlantic Ocean where many ships and airplanes have mysteriously disappeared. Some attribute these losses to magnetic interference, creatures of the deep, UFOs, and even underwater activity from the lost city of Atlantis.