Golden Wheat 22k Gold

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Golden Wheat 22k Gold

golden wheat 22k gold


  • aureate: having the deep slightly brownish color of gold; “long aureate (or golden) hair”; “a gold carpet”
  • gold: made from or covered with gold; “gold coins”; “the gold dome of the Capitol”; “the golden calf”; “gilded icons”
  • Colored or shining like gold
  • Made or consisting of gold
  • marked by peace and prosperity; “a golden era”; “the halcyon days of the clipper trade”
  • Rare and precious, in particular


  • annual or biennial grass having erect flower spikes and light brown grains
  • pale yellow: a variable yellow tint; dull yellow, often diluted with white
  • grains of common wheat; sometimes cooked whole or cracked as cereal; usually ground into flour
  • A cereal plant that is the most important kind grown in temperate countries, the grain of which is ground to make flour for bread, pasta, pastry, etc
  • The grain of this plant


  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color
  • amber: a deep yellow color; “an amber light illuminated the room”; “he admired the gold of her hair”
  • An alloy of this
  • made from or covered with gold; “gold coins”; “the gold dome of the Capitol”; “the golden calf”; “gilded icons”
  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies
  • coins made of gold

golden wheat 22k gold – Golden Classic

Golden Classic Women's 14639_zebra.leopard.set "Love Potion" Rhinestone Metal Set Watch
Golden Classic Women's 14639_zebra.leopard.set "Love Potion" Rhinestone Metal Set Watch

Product Description:
The “Love Potion” leopard black and zebra black watch set by Golden Classic is a must-have of the season. Be a trendsetter with these “Love Potion” watches by Golden Classic. The rhinestone-encrusted bezels are charming, while the oversized dial gives it a boyfriend style vibe. It has a chic sporty look that allows you to wear it when dressing up or down. The zebra dial and the leopard dial are very trendy and will make you stand out in crowd! The complimenting Arabic numerals and hands on the dial make this watch functional as well as fashionable. The black metal bands are boyfriend inspired and fun; with this set you can choose from zebra or leopard so you will never be bored with your watch accessory choices!
Color Theory Collection:
Embrace charming combinations of chic colors with the “Color Theory” collection from Golden Classic. This collection introduces enticing color-filled timepieces that can be a perfect match for any attire. Alluring colors like pink, purple, silver, white, blue, green, orange, red, yellow etc combined with beads, pearls, and crystals provides a wide selection for any fun-loving fashion accessory queen. With elegant and not-so-basic designs, the funky and flamboyant “Color Theory” collection adds a splash of color to your outfit and inspires your mood. Indulge into a world of color with this collection that adds a stylish and vibrant touch to your day.

Golden Gate Surf

Golden Gate Surf
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, CA.

If you are up for some serious stair climbing/descending, this is a wonderful beach with a unique view of the Golden Gate bridge. Unfortunately the long, steep descent to the beach is only the first obstacle. To reach this area you must climb over a large cluster of slippery rocks on the beach, with the surf pounding down in front of you. Some tidal periods of course are much safer than others. I definitely recommend checking your tide tables before visiting this beach. In this particular region, the beach descends very rapidly into the powerful surf, which creates very violent wave action and a booming crashing sound upon wave impact. As is often the case, I am setup in the surf for this shot, but this time I am facing away from the oncoming waves. All of these factors combined explain why you don’t see many people at this beach. But if you are able to make it the view is definitely rewarding!

© 2011 Jay Tankersley. All rights reserved.

Golden Dream!!!

Golden Dream!!!
Camera: Canon SX110
Location : Addu Atoll / hithadhoo

Yesterday I had this weird dream about me , sleepwalking !!
I get off my bed and stepped out of the house, and after a blur,
I was walking towards the sea . The whole place was lighten up with a gold colour!
This image is exactly the same, except the model wasn’t me!!
All i know is, I felt really good being in that wonderful place! At least in my dream :P!!

I always say to myself, what is the most important thing we can think about at this extraordinary moment. This was my Golden Dream!

H.I.G.H.E.S.T. .P.O.S.I.T.I.O.N. .O.N. .E.X.P.L.O.R.E. :Aug 10, 2009 #377
Lots of thanks to all who visited, commented and faved

All comments, criticism and tips for improvements are (as always) welcome

~ N A J

golden wheat 22k gold

golden wheat 22k gold

The Golden Compass, Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition (His Dark Materials, Book 1)(Rough-cut)
Published in 40 countries, Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy–The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife, and The Amber Spyglass–has graced the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, Book Sense, and Publishers Weekly bestseller lists. In 1996, The Golden Compass changed the face of fantasy publishing, and 2006 marks its 10 Year Anniversary–and an opportunity to celebrate with a deluxe hardcover. Pullman created new material just for this edition (archival documents, scientific notes and “found” letters of Lord Asriel) which has been illustrated and handlettered by renowned British artist Ian Beck and will be included in the back matter. The deluxe edition also features Pullman’s own chapter opening spot art. A quality collectible–with the enticement of never-before-seen new material–for Pullman fans.

Some books improve with age–the age of the reader, that is. Such is certainly the case with Philip Pullman’s heroic, at times heart-wrenching novel, The Golden Compass, a story ostensibly for children but one perhaps even better appreciated by adults. The protagonist of this complex fantasy is young Lyra Belacqua, a precocious orphan growing up within the precincts of Oxford University. But it quickly becomes clear that Lyra’s Oxford is not precisely like our own–nor is her world. For one thing, people there each have a personal daemon, the manifestation of their souls in animal form. For another, hers is a universe in which science, theology, and magic are closely allied:
As for what experimental theology was, Lyra had no more idea than the urchins. She had formed the notion that it was concerned with magic, with the movements of the stars and planets, with tiny particles of matter, but that was guesswork, really. Probably the stars had daemons just as humans did, and experimental theology involved talking to them.
Not that Lyra spends much time worrying about it; what she likes best is “clambering over the College roofs with Roger the kitchen boy who was her particular friend, to spit plum stones on the heads of passing Scholars or to hoot like owls outside a window where a tutorial was going on, or racing through the narrow streets, or stealing apples from the market, or waging war.” But Lyra’s carefree existence changes forever when she and her daemon, Pantalaimon, first prevent an assassination attempt against her uncle, the powerful Lord Asriel, and then overhear a secret discussion about a mysterious entity known as Dust. Soon she and Pan are swept up in a dangerous game involving disappearing children, a beautiful woman with a golden monkey daemon, a trip to the far north, and a set of allies ranging from “gyptians” to witches to an armor-clad polar bear.
In The Golden Compass, Philip Pullman has written a masterpiece that transcends genre. It is a children’s book that will appeal to adults, a fantasy novel that will charm even the most hardened realist. Best of all, the author doesn’t speak down to his audience, nor does he pull his punches; there is genuine terror in this book, and heartbreak, betrayal, and loss. There is also love, loyalty, and an abiding morality that infuses the story but never overwhelms it. This is one of those rare novels that one wishes would never end. Fortunately, its sequel, The Subtle Knife, will help put off that inevitability for a while longer. –Alix Wilber