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We’re looking for quality guest author that we can collaborate for our mutual benefit, and we think your quality content would be a good fit for our audience. We need some fresh content for our Journals blog section in my company website at BYKALIV.comWe would like to invite anyone who are interested to repost their content as our Guest Author

We welcome any lifestylist blogger, writer, designer, artist, traveller, social media+blogger, curator, fashion stylist, natural lifestylist, therapist etc or anyone, anywhere in the world to submit content for our Journals. 

We welcome any lifestylist blogger, writer, designer, artist, traveller, social media+blogger, curator, fashion stylist, natural lifestylist, therapist etc or anyone, anywhere in the world to submit content for our Journals.

You can talk about yourself, personal life, your work-related life, places you have been, your travel experiences, the love of cooking, recipe, lunch or dinner party moment, or one of your past blog post(s). In addition, we will endorse you and your design and daily work by crediting them in the post. We’ll add links to our social media channels and website to address the new journal is up.

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Look forward to hearing from our community in WordPress.

Kind regards
Karen 

 

Space pic this week: Jupiter and Venus

Jupiter & Venus on 20 March 2012. Taken with my compact small camera.

No, they are not aircraft landing lights, but the two brightest worlds in the sky, Venus and Jupiter. I was amazed that I was able to see the two most brilliant worlds-the brightest lights of Venus and Jupiter pop out at evening dusk with unaided eyes. They are the closest in years – March 2012 and near the moon by the month’s end.

I just got off from work, and it was around 8.00pm AEDT in Sydney on 20 March. The two worlds look a little to the north of west as the sky starts becoming dark. I was lucky had my compact camera in my handbag, used the surface of my car to provide firm support for my camera. It is relatively easy to photograph such bright planets without the Moon light.

According to Sydney Observatory, “the position of Venus and Jupiter from 6 to 26 March 2012 low in the north-west can be seen in the sky. Each evening they are in a slightly different position with respect to each other. Arguably, the best sight will be on 26 March when the crescent Moon moves between the two bright planets. That will definitely be worth seeing and photographing. Conjunctions of Venus and Jupiter do happen every few years and are always worth observing. The most recent similar conjunction was the wonderful ‘smiley face’ one of 1 December 2008 when the Moon joined the two bright planets to form a smiling face.” If you are in Sydney – Australia, try this Monthly Sky Guides to help you find your way around the sky.

Good luck with observing the two close worlds this month in March 2012. No matter where you are on Earth now, you can’t miss these two worlds in the west as darkness falls! 😉

 

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