The flag of Chad consists of three equal vertical stripes. The blue stripe represents the sky, hope, agriculture and the waters in the south of the Chad. The yellow stripe symbolizes the sun and the desert in the north of Chad. The red stripe stands for progress, unity and sacrifice. The flag of Chad is the same as the flag of Romania, but the two flags are not related historically in any way.
The gold stripe on the flag of this county represents the golden sands of the islands' beaches. Aquamarine represents the the Caribbean Sea that surrounds them. The black symbolizes the strength and vigor of this country's people, while the triangle represents the desire and passion of the people to make the most of their natural resources.
Kimbal Musk is a restauranteur, a philanthropist, and a chef that wants to make sure everyone in America has access to real food. He has opened restaurants that serve food at all price points ( The Kitchen, Hedgerow Bistros, andNext Door Eatery) and his companies Square Roots, which builds grow spaces in urban areas and small spaces for metropolitan restaurants and gardeners, andBig Green funds and builds permanent garden spaces in schools with underserved children, teaching them the importance of eating fresh fruits and vegetables and knowing the origin of their food.
The animal figures and geometric shapes etched by the ancient Nasca into Peru’s barren Pampa de San José are one of South America’s great mysteries. Visible only from the air or from a metal viewing tower beside the highway, some of the unexplained shapes are up to 200m in length and each one is executed in a single continuous line.
The flag of Rwanda consists of three horizontal stripes. The top stripe is blue, the middle one yellow and the bottom stripe is green. The yellow and green stripes are of equal width and the blue stripe is double the size of those stripes. In the top right corner of the Rwandan flag there is a yellow sun with 24 rays emanating from it. The blue stripe represents happiness and peace. The yellow symbolizes the country's mineral wealth and economic development and green symbolizes the country's natural resources and prosperity. The sun stands for unity, transparency and enlightenment from ignorance.
No, this is not Mars but an uninhabited valley 216 miles southeast of Salt Lake City in Utah. Soft sandstone has, for many years, been eroded by wind and water to form strange pinnacles or hoodoos that some think resemble goblins. The eerie landscape is only about a mile across and two miles long and it’s well worth exploring the marked trails to get up close to the bizarre formations.
The flag of Tanzania consists of five diagonal stripes. The top stripe is green, the bottom is an equal-sized blue stripe, and the middle stripe is black with a thin yellow stripe above and below it. The green stripe symbolizes agriculture and the fertility of the land. The black represents the citizens of Tanzania. The blue stripe stands for the Indian Ocean which is on Tanzania's eastern coastline, and the yellow stripe represents the country's mineral wealth. The Tanzanian flag was adopted on June 30, 1964. The Tanzanian flag originates from the flags of Tanganyika and Zanzibar, the two countries that merged together to form Tanzania in April 1964. Tanganyika's flag was green with a yellow edged black horizontal stripe centrally placed; while Zanzibar's flag was a horizontal striped tricolor of blue, black and green. Tanzania chose a diagonal design to show equal status to both flags.
This week's #HeroHighlight goes to American acrobat and aerialist Jennifer Bricker @jenbricker. She is the sister of gymnast Dominique Moceanu. Born without legs, she was abandoned at the hospital and adopted by loving parents with an empowering mindset. She was a featured performer on Britney Spears' Circus Tour and was the first handicapped high school tumbling champion in the state of Illinois. Jen is a NY Times best-selling author and a motivational speaker. Her story is a true inspiration and a testament to the power of perseverance.
In rough conditions at Thor’s Well, also known as Spouting Horn, the surf rushes into the gaping sinkhole and then shoots upwards with great force. It can be viewed by taking the Captain Cook Trail from the Cape Perpetua Scenic Area visitor centre – but for your own safety stay well back, especially at high tide or during winter storms.