Rainbow Gatherings by Benoit Paillé.
There have been gatherings called Rainbow Gatherings since at least 1972, and there has been at least one large gathering of the tribes every year in the United States on public land around the 4th of July since then. Many people gathering together to pray for peace and healing in the world.
There are Rainbow Gatherings in almost every part of the world, in several countries and on every continent. There are World Rainbow Gatherings, International Rainbow Gatherings and a host of local - regional Rainbow Gatherings throughout the year. Some are scheduled with the solstice or equinox and at other special times throughout the year. By far, the largest and most widely celebrated Rainbow Gatherings are the Annual Rainbow Family Gatherings which are hosted in the United States on the 4th of July.
These mass gatherings can have as many as 30,000 people to as few as 7,000 all coming together in a humble manner to pray for peace in silence on the morning of the 4th.
The gatherings are called rainbow because they are for all the peoples of the earth, from many families, tribes, and nations.
I believe this is relevant to our interests.
The Wizard of Oz
Always reblog David Bowie
He reminds me of the babe
The babe with the power.
Ballerina - Herbert James Draper
Dahlia, Crimson, Vermilion and Cardinal is the color palette for Vera Wang’s Spring 2013 collection, and it is breathtaking! Always presenting the bridal world with something exciting and new, Vera Wang changes the look of the traditional “wedding gown”. We loved her dark, dramatic, yet eerily romantic black wedding gowns of her Fall 2012 collection, but the vibrant, rich reds in this collection has made me at a loss of words to describe how gorgeous….I will just let the dresses speak for themselves. They will do a much better job.
Gorgeous. Ridiculously gorgeous.