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    florida
  • Florida is the debut full-length studio album by producer and DJ Diplo.

  • a state in southeastern United States between the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War

  • Florida is a Barcelona Metro station in the municipality of L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, served by L1 (red line). The station opened in 1987 as part of the newly-built extension of the subway line further into L'Hospitalet.

  • A state in the southeastern US, on a peninsula that extends into the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico; pop. 15,982,378; capital, Tallahassee; statehood, Mar. 3, 1845 (27). Explored by Ponce de Leon in 1513, it was purchased from Spain by the US in 1819. It is a popular resort and retirement area











Galapagos Islands-612




Galapagos Islands-612





A Flamingo in one of the salty pools of Isabella

Flamingo
The American Flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber) is a large species of flamingo closely related to the Greater Flamingo and Chilean Flamingo. It has also been known as the Caribbean Flamingo, but the species' presence in the Galapagos makes that name problematic. The American Flamingo breeds in the Galapagos Islands, coastal Colombia and Venezuela and nearby islands, the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, and in the northern Caribbean in the Bahamas, Hispaniola, Cuba and the Turks and Caicos Islands. Most sightings in southern Florida are usually considered to be escapees, although at least one bird banded as a chick in the Yucatan Peninsula has been sighted in Everglades National Park, and others may be genuine wanderers from Cuba. Its preferred habitats are similar to that of its relatives: saline lagoons, mudflats, and shallow brackish coastal or inland lakes. Like all flamingos, it lays a single chalky white egg on a mud mound, between May and August; incubation until hatching takes from 28 to 32 days; both parents brood the young for a period of up to 6 years when they reach sexual maturity. Their life expectancy of 40 years is one of the longest in birds. The American Flamingo is 120–140 cm (47–55 in) in length; males weigh 2.8 kg (6.2 lb) and females 2.2 kg (4.9 lb) kg. Most of its plumage is pink, giving rise to its earlier name of Rosy Flamingo and differentiating adults from the much paler Greater Flamingo. The wing coverts are red, and the primary and secondary flight feathers are black. It is the only flamingo which naturally inhabits North America. The bill is pink and white with a restricted black tip, and the legs are entirely pink. The call is a goose-like honking.

Isabella
Shaped like a sea horse, Isabela is the largest of the the islands in the Galapagos, more than 4 times larger than Santa Cruz the next largest. Isabela is 80 miles (100 km) in length and though it is remarkably beautiful it is not one of the most visited islands in the chain. Its visitor sites are far apart making them accessible only to faster boats or those with longer itineraries. One of the youngest islands, Isabela is located on the western edge of the archipelago near the Galapagos hot spot. At approximately 1 million years old, the island was formed by the merger of 6 shield volcanoes - Alcedo, Cerro Azul, Darwin, Ecuador, Sierra Negra and Wolf. Five of the six volcanoes are still active (the exception is Ecuador) making it one of the most volcanically active places on earth. Visitors cruising past Elizabeth Bay on the west coast can see evidence of this activity in the fumaroles rising from Volcan Chico on Sierra Negra. Two of Isabela's volcanoes lie directly on the equator - Ecuador and Volcan Wolf. Volcan Wolf is the youngest of Isabela's volcanoes and at 5,600ft (1707 m) the highest point in the Galapagos. Isabela is known for its geology, providing visitors with excellent examples of the geologic occurrences that have created the Galapagos Islands including uplifts at Urbina Bay and the Bolivar Channel, Tuft cones at Tagus Cove, and Pulmace on Alcedo. Isabela is also interesting for its flora and fauna. The young island does not follow the vegetation zones of the other islands. The relatively new lava fields and surrounding soils have not developed the sufficient nutrients required to support the varied life zones found on other islands. Another obvious difference occurs on Volcan Wolf and Cerro Azul, these volcanoes loft above the cloud cover and are arid on top. Isabela's rich animal, bird, and marine life is beyond compare. Isabela is home to more wild tortoises than all the other islands. Isabela's large size and notable topography created barriers for the slow moving tortoises; apparently the creatures were unable to cross lava flows and other obstacles, causing several different sub-species of tortoise to develop. Today tortoises roam free in the calderas of Alcedo, Wolf, Cerro Azul, Darwin and Sierra Negra. Alcedo Tortoises spend most of their life wallowing in the mud at the volcano crater. The mud offers moisture, insulation and protects their exposed flesh from mosquitoes, ticks and other insects. The giant tortoises have a mediocre heat control system requiring them to seek the coolness of the mud during the heat of the day and the extra insulation during the cool of the night. On the west coast of Isabela the nutrient rich Cromwell Current upwelling creating a feeding ground for fish, whales, dolphin and birds. These waters have long been known as the best place to see whales in the Galapagos. Some 16 species of whales have been identified in the area including humpbacks, sperms, sei, minkes and orcas. During the 19th century whalers hunted in these waters until the giant creatures were near extinction. The steep cliffs of Tagus Cove bare the names of many of the whaling ships and whalers which hunted in these waters. Birders will be delighted with











Journey into Imagination




Journey into Imagination





I've been watching Martin's tribute videos to Journey into Imagination (original) and the other 2 versions (to see all the stupid changes that have been made over the years) lately, and have become obsessed with this pavilion. I spent a great deal of time around this pavilion recently thinking how it used to look, and how great it once was.

I remember the open lobby area with the wonderful mural of the ride painted on the wall, and how you could also look down on the ride from the Imageworks. Now the lobby has been cut in half, boxed in, and the mural is gone.

As for the ride, its kind of weird and sad to think that the hole in the wall that you walk into in the queue is where the old ride vehicles once went through. Its also kind of sad to think that the Playground of the Future- the Imageworks, has been closed for over 10 years, with this upcoming October marking the 11th year. I would like to go up there so badly, lots of great memories were made up there, and mostly everything still remains so it would be great to see it all before its gone.


A Brief Comparison Between JII 1 and JII 3
Just ignore the huge mess that was JII 2, it can give you nightmares just thinking about it!

All versions of JII shared the same track layouts, with JII 2 and 3 having a shortened track
Also to make note, the original JII featured scenes on both sides of the track throughout the ride, while JII 2 and JII 3 for the most part tend to have scenes on only 1 side of the track-- forcing you to look at what they want. Meaning? A lot less to look at.


• The new load area is at the far end of the original turntable-Flight to Imagination scene

• The Dreamport scene, after the Flight to Imagination turntable scene, is now the Sound Lab with Figment on the telephone and the train audio.

• The Arts scene with all of the white set pieces being lit up by colors, and Figment holding the paint tube is now the Sight Lab with the Figment eye exam ("Follow the bouncing Figment...")

• The Literature scene with all of the words on the walls, Figment holding the BAT and CAT blocks, Figment making shadow puppets, and the scared Figment is now the Smell Lab with the skunk effect and also the Touch and Taste Lab entrance area (aka: the Figment loading dock area)

• The Performing Arts scene with Figment in the dressing room, the stage set pieces, and the Astronaut Figment is now Figments Open House -- the upside down house.

• The Science and Technology Scene with Dreamfinder showing us different images of flowers, plants and other science clips is now the "Imagination is a blast!" finale with all of the different Figments.

• The Dreamfinder magician scene is now the unload area, the rest of the original Journey into Imagination is now the new Imageworks -- which I must say is nowhere near as good, fun, creative or whatever you want to call it when compared with the original, upstairs Imageworks.

• Of the scenes that were lost: the aforementioned Dreamfinder magician scene, the Figment finale scene where we see Figment's imagination on the screens above the vehicles with Figment standing in the center of the room, the Dreamfinder camera scene where he takes our picture and shows it to us, the original unload area, the original load area, and about 3/4 of the Flight to Imagination scene (turntable scene).
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If you would like to see videos showing the history of this pavilion and the Journey Into Imagination ride than head over to mousebits.com, and download Martin's Tribute Videos to Journey Into Imagination and Journey Into Imagination 99 and 02. He has put a lot of information in these videos, with lots of history about the pavilion and what used to go where- showing you the each version and how they all looked, basically everything about this area is in these videos. You will learn things you never knew before. They really are that fascinating, and they have a tendency to make me sad.









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