Top 5 Countries To Visit Before You Die


Most of us spend our lives wishing, rather than taking any action; and this fact can’t be any truer than in the case of travel. With almost every social networking site and magazine page we turn instructing us about some magical place in a faraway land, it’s hard not to make any plans or drift away in dreams thinking about the travel. But if we look back and count the number of times we have actually made strides with such plans, the number might be a bit too disappointing.

But enough is enough! We have waited way too long, sitting in our cubicles, looking at pictures of beautiful places and dreaming about traveling to them. With even the farthest reaches of the world just a 2 day flight ride away, we would be insane not to travel. So come on, let’s dig up that passport, dust those travel bags and get ready to travel. But wait, where are we going to head to? Well here is a starter’s list of the top ten countries that one would want to consider visiting at least before dying. So come on, let’s explore the places, and plan to get to them.



The home of the Romans, the seat of power for the Catholics and a living example of Renaissance Era architecture – Italy is a country like no other. Filled with beautiful terrains, scenic hills, and a never ending trail of cultural history, any place you land in Italy is assured to give you an everlasting memory. And best of all, you are assured to be treated with the best food in the world even if you end up visiting the rural areas of Italy. Some of the places you should have in mind to visit are Venice, Florence, Tuscany and of course Rome. Start off your travel exploring Rome and her endless streets filled architectural and cultural treasures. Then head down to Florence and experience Renaissance at its best, and take a road trip through the snow peaked terrain of Tuscany to experience the best food in the world. Finally settle down on the shores of Venice and admire the Mediterranean like royalty.



Unharmed by the major wars of the 20th century and influence by almost every popular civilization to have existed in the world, Spain is one of those rare countries that still retain its medieval charm. From the plains of Andalusia to the mountain ranges of the Pyrenees, Spain has a geographical variety like no other in Europe. And with the Mediterranean winds gently bringing continuous warmth to the plains, Spain is truly an all-weather holiday country. Travelling throughout Spain is an undertaking that will exhaust even the most experience of travelers, so it’s advisable to follow what other fellow travelers do and head to the most popular attractions of the country like Barcelona, Cordoba, Madrid and the like. It’s both inexpensive and truly worth the time.



A trip to France will ruin your normal life in a number of ways. For instance every other language will sound harsh after just spending a few days listening to French; all other foods will become tasteless after experiencing true French cuisine, and especially the cafes will never be the same again once your have experienced the grandeur of France’s street cafes. But nevertheless, a trip to France should definitely be on everyone’s ‘to do before dying’ list. Though the capital Paris attracts most of the attention in France, the country has lot more to offer beyond the walls of its romantic city. Visit the vineyards of Champagne and Boudreaux to experience French wine and countryside in its true glory. Or head down to the French Riviera to witness the true glitz and glamor of celebrities. Or just visit the hundreds of historical towns and cities in France to get a taste of the Old World culture, so perfectly preserved by these places. But no matter where you visit, you’re assured to be pleased to your senses.

4. Portugal


Shadowed by the other major European travel destinations, Portugal largely remains untouched by the gawking tourists who usually spoil almost any kind of scenic setting. Filled brilliant beaches, a vibrant landscape, forgotten castles, and cobblestone paved medieval charm villages; Portugal is the true European country that lives up an adventurer’s expectations. Start off from Lisbon, the capital and the architectural hub of Portugal, and work your way through the coastal cities enjoying good wine, great food and never ending parties. Head in Porto to experience some of the best wine the country has to offer, and explore you way through Coimbra and Evora to see the world through the eyes of the New World explorers.

5. USA


The urban setting of USA may not attract even the most adventurous of travelers, but the natural treasures the country can surely have a lasting impact on any visitor. Right from the Grand Canyon to the numerous national parks that dot the terrain, the list of natural wonders alone are enough to put the country on the center stage. A trip exploring just national parks including Yellowstone and Yosemite will be quite breathtaking and can change the entire perspective on the country. Some of the other regions that are definitely worth the visit are the Hawaiian Islands, the Great Smoky Mountains, the beaches of California, and of course the crystal clear waters of Lake Tahoe.

I hope you enjoy it.


Top 5 ps4 games!!!

Sony kicked off 2015 with impressive PS4 games like The Order: 1886 and Bloodborne. We already played a variety of must have titles, and the rest of 2015 looks even better.

If you don’t own a PlayStation 4 (or Xbox One) by the end of 2015, you’ll have missed out on quite a few epic adventures. With that in mind, here’s a look at what PlayStation 4 owners can look forward to. In fact, some of these games are already available!

1.Star Wars Battlefront

Perhaps the biggest console game of the year, just in time for the theatrical release of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. The 20 versus 20 Walker Assault Mode pits the Rebels against the Empire on Hoth and other locations, while Survival Mode is for solo players who need to practice their shooting skills against Stormtroopers and other enemies. With the ability to pilot TIE Fighters and X-Wings, then fight alongside Darth Vader or Luke Skywalker, we expect Battlefront to sell incredibly well this holiday season

2.Until Dawn

Hayden Panettiere stars in this survival horror adventure, where players control eight characters as they attempt to outwit a mask-wearing killer. Every decision impacts the outcome of Until Dawn, and gamers won’t know if they accidentally doomed one of the hapless vacation goers until it’s too late.

3.God of War 3 Remastered 

Kratos makes his PS4 debut in a reboot of the popular PlayStation 3 adventure. Even if you played God of War 3, the fact that the PS4 version runs at 1080p and 60 frames per second warrant another look. If you need a bit more than that, the Photo Mode lets you snap pictures of the most gruesome scenes, then share the carnage with the world.

3.Fallout 4

Explore post apocalyptic Boston in Bethesda’s brilliant-looking open world adventure. Leave Vault 111 and embark upon a grand journey through the Wasteland with your canine companion. Use the VATS feature to target enemy body parts, create your own base and interact with a variety of non-player characters.


The beloved PS3 adventure finally arrived on PlayStation 4, and anonymous gamers the world over now have a chance to team up and explore a mysterious world while listening to a beautiful soundtrack. Despite being a port, Journey is one of those titles everyone should experience, so definitely make a point to carve your own path through the sand.

5.Rocket League

Soccer is already a fun sport. Add cars to the mix and you have Rocket League, the game that took the PlayStation community by storm. Instead of controlling players on the field, you steer a variety of cars around the pitch, crashing into adversaries and sending the oversized ball into the goal.

About me

Well i don’t know exactly why i create this blog but i think it will be fun. It was a beautiful rainy day… When i create this blog and now i am going to tell you a little from me..

My name is Rodrigo de Almeida, i am 15 years old. I was born in Caracas, Venezuela. When i was born i lived in Portugal for 2 years and then i moved back to Venezuela. I studied in a school, I learned to speak and write english and spanish perfectly. 12 years later i moved to Lisbon, Portugal. Now i am living Lisbon and now i am learning to speak portuguese and french in school.

I moved to portugal because of the situation in Venezuela like for example when you go to the market there is no food and when there is food the prices are extremely high, you can’t go to the street and walk because is not safe and a dictatorial government

Another reason is because of my father job because the government is not letting my father company work.

Top 25 Movies of 2015

  1. Birdman

Michael Keaton lights Birdman
Credit: Fox Searchlight/©20thCentFox/Courtesy Evere/R
Director: Alejandro G. Iñárritu
Starring: Michael Keaton, Zach Galifianakis, Edward Norton, Andrea Riseborough, Amy Ryan, Emma Stone, Naomi Watts
Certificate: 15
Running time: 119 mins

We said: Michael Keaton plays the one-time star of a Hollywood superhero franchise seeking to redeem himself on the Broadway stage. Keaton, a one-time Batman himself, “gives the performance of his career” in this “hilarious, beautiful, film-defying film”.

  1. Selma

David Oyelowo (centre) as Martin Luther King Jr in Ava DuVernay’s Selma, flanked by Tessa Thompson (Diane Nash), Omar Dorsey (James Orange), Colman Domingo (Ralph Abernathy), André Holland (Andrew Young), Corey Reynolds (Rev CT Vivian) and Lorraine Toussaint (Amelia Boynton)
David Oyelowo (centre) as Martin Luther King Jr in Ava DuVernay’s Selma
Credit: Atsushi Nishijima
Director: Ava DuVernay
Starring: David Oyelowo, Carmen Ejogo, Tom Wilkinson, Alessandro Nivola, Giovanni Ribisi, Tim Roth
Certificate: 12A
Running time: 128 mins

We said: British actor David Oyelowo is “electrifying” as Martin Luther King in Ava DuVernay’s “scorching, full-bodied, flat-out great film” about the events that took place in Selma, Alabama, as members of the civil rights movement fought for the right for black Americans to vote.

  1. Inherent Vice

Reese Witherspoon and Joaquin Phoenix in Inherent Vice
Director: Paul Thomas Anderson
Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, Owen Wilson, Katherine Waterston, Reese Witherspoon, Benicio Del Toro, Jena Malone, Maya Rudolph, Martin Short
Certificate: 15
Running time: 149 mins

We said: Paul Thomas Anderson’s surreally funny Thomas Pynchon adaptation, which stars a “quietly dazzling” Joaquin Phoenix as a dishevelled LA private eye, is like no noir you’ve ever seen.

  1. Foxcatcher

Credit: Scott Garfield
Director: Bennett Miller
Starring: Channing Tatum, Steve Carell, Mark Ruffalo, Sienna Miller, Anthony Michael Hall, Vanessa Redgrave
Certificate: 15
Running time: 134 mins

We said: The true story of Olympic wrestler brothers Dave and Mark Schultz, and their fatal dealings with eccentric millionaire John Eleuthère du Pont (played by a near-unrecognisable Steve Carell), becomes a “smoke-black parable of modern America”, with a screenplay as tense and tuned as piano strings.

  1. Whiplash

Miles Teller and JK Simmons in ‘Whiplash’
Miles Teller and JK Simmons in ‘Whiplash’
Credit: Daniel McFadden
Director: Damien Chazelle
Starring: Miles Teller, JK Simmons, Melissa Benoist, Paul Reiser
Certificate: 15
Running time: 106 mins

We said: Superb performances from Miles Teller as a young jazz drummer and JK Simmons as his martinet of a mentor are at the heart of this “dazzling, exhilarating drama”.

  1. The Duke of Burgundy

Sidse Babett Knudsen and Chiara D’ Anna in Peter Strickland’s drama ‘The Duke of Burgundy’
Sidse Babett Knudsen and Chiara D’ Anna in Peter Strickland’s drama ‘The Duke of Burgundy’
Credit: Artificial Eye
Director: Peter Strickland
Starring: Sidse Babett Knudsen, Monica Swinn, Chiara D’Anna, Eugenia Caruso, Kata Bartsch, Fatma Mohamed, Eszter Tompa, Zita Kraszkó
Certificate: 18
Running time: 104 mins

We said: Two women who live in a grand old house in the middle of a moss-draped forest play out an elaborate sex game in this “uniquely sexy and strange film, built on two tremendous central performances and a bone-deep understanding of cinema’s magic and mechanisms.\

  1. It Follows

Maika Monroe in David Robert Mitchell’s psychological-horror ‘It Follows’
Maika Monroe in David Robert Mitchell’s psychological horror ‘It Follows’
Director: David Robert Mitchell
Starring: Maika Monroe, Keir Gilchrist, Jake Weary, Daniel Zovatto
Certificate: 15
Running time: 94 mins

We said: With its marvellously suggestive title and thought-provoking exploration of sex, this indie chiller is a contemporary horror fan’s dream come true.

  1. Still Alice

Julianne Moore and Alec Baldwin in Richard Glatzer’s and Wash Westmoreland’s drama ‘Still Alice’
Julianne Moore and Alec Baldwin in Richard Glatzer’s and Wash Westmoreland’s drama ‘Still Alice’
Director: Wash Westmoreland and Richard Glatzer
Starring: Julianne Moore, Kristen Stewart, Kate Bosworth, Hunter Parish, Alec Baldwin
Certificate: 12A
Running time: 101 mins

We said: Julianne Moore gives one of her greatest ever performances playing a professor with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease in this “gorgeous, piercing” drama.

  1. The Tale of Princess Kaguya

The Tale of Princess Kaguya
The Tale of Princess Kaguya
Director: Isao Takahata
Starring: Aki Asakura, Yukiji Asaoka, Takeo Chii, Isa Hashizume, Hikaru Ijûin, Takaya Kamikawa
Certificate: U
Running time: 137 mins

We said: Studio Ghibli’s lovingly crafted film, based on a 10th-century Japanese legend about a reluctant princess trying to get back to the forests and hillsides of her childhood, is a work of “supreme artistry”, and a fitting swansong for director Isao Takahata.

  1. A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence

A Pigeon Sat On a Branch Reflecting On Existence
A Pigeon Sat On a Branch Reflecting On Existence
Director: Roy Andersson
Starring: Holger Andersson, Nils Westblom, Viktor Gyllenberg, Lotti Törnros, Jonas Gerholm, Ola Stensson
Certificate: 12A
Running time: 100 mins

We said: Roy Andersson’s hyperreal series of comic sketches may be “untranslatable” cinema, but his film about doom and death and the ineffable weirdness of human experience willl make you laugh until you weep.

  1. Mad Max: Fury Road

Mad Max: Fury Road
Mad Max: Fury Road
Credit: Warner Bros. Entertainment/Jasin Boland
Director: George Miller
Starring: Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult
Certificate: 15
Running time: 120 mins

We said: George Miller’s return to the apocalyptic world of Mad Max is “nothing less than a Krakatoan eruption of craziness”; Tom Hardy is “totally commanding” stepping into Mel Gibson’s shoes, and Charlize Theron is “superb” as the film’s real alpha male, the rogue soldier Imperator Furiosa.

  1. Inside Out

Inside Out
Inside Out
Credit: Disney-Pixar
Director: Pete Docter, Ronaldo Del Carmen
Starring: Amy Poehler, Mindy Kaling, Diane Lane, Bill Hader, Phyllis Smith (voices)
Certificate: PG
Running time: 102 mins

We said: Pixar’s “searingly beautiful” new film is set inside the head of an 11-year-old girl, with Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Fear and Anger jostling for position. “The first tear was rolling down my cheek within 30 seconds,” wrote Robbie Collin.

  1. Listen Up Philip

Jonathan Pryce and Jason Schwartzman in ‘Listen Up Philip’
Jonathan Pryce and Jason Schwartzman in ‘Listen Up Philip’
Credit: Everett/REX Shutterstock
Director: Alex Ross Perry
Starring: Jason Schwartzman, Elisabeth Moss, Jonathan Pryce, Krysten Ritter, Joséphine de La Baume, Jess Weixler
Certificate: 15
Running time: 109 mins

We said: Alex Ross Perry’s wince-inducing black comedy about two repellent literary blowhards – a young misanthropic egomaniac (Jason Schwartzman) and a subtle, Philip Roth-like grotesque (Jonathan Pryce) – marks the arrival of a major new directorial talent.

  1. Slow West

Slow West
Director: John Maclean
Starring: Kodi Smit-McPhee, Michael Fassbender, Ben Mendelsohn, Caren Pistorius
Cerificate: 15
Running time: 84 mins

We said: There’s everything here from John Ford mythmaking to Coen brothers mischief-making, plus the sinewy sparseness of Sergio Leone – and even a little of the pride-puncturing slapstick the genre has occasionally attracted in films like Laurel and Hardy’s Way Out West and Mel Brooks’ Blazing Saddles.

  1. Song of the Sea

Song of the Sea was nominated for the Best Animated Feature Oscar this year
Song of the Sea was nominated for the Best Animated Feature Oscar this year
Credit: Studiocanal
Director: Tomm Moore
Starring: David Rawle, Brendan Gleeson, Lisa Hannigan, Fionnula Flanagan, Lucy O’Connell
Certificate: U
Running time: 93 mins

We said: Though it’s preoccupied with loss, Song of the Sea is a film that can barely stop itself from giving, and every scene shines with imaginative flourishes that could only possible in two-dimensional, hand-drawn animation. It’s alive to the world in a way that challenges, and sometimes even defies, adult understanding. The only way to describe it is childlike. See it and feel four years old again.

  1. The Wonders

Monica Bellucci in Alice Rohrwacher’s The Wonders
Monica Bellucci in Alice Rohrwacher’s The Wonders
Credit: Soda Pictures
Director: Alice Rohrwacher
Starring: Maria Alexandra Lungu, Sam Louwyck, Alba Rohrwacher, Sabine Timoteo, Monica Bellucci
Certificate: 15
Running time: 110 mins

We said: Alice Rohrwacher, the 31-year-old Italian film-maker, has conjured up a mesmerising coming-of-age tale: small and sweet in every good way, but alive with a power that seems to surge up from deep beneath its sun-roughened landscape.

  1. Hard to Be a God

A scene from Aleksei German’s ‘Hard to be a God’
A scene from Aleksei German’s ‘Hard to be a God’
Director: Aleksei German
Starring: Leonid Yarmolnik, Yuriy Tsurilo, Natalya Moteva, Aleksandr Chutko, Evgeniy Gerchakov
Certificate: 18
Running time: 177 mins

We said: An astronaut visits a mirror planet to Earth, stuck in an eternal Dark Ages, and witnesses scenes of grotesque barbarity. “Imagine Monty Python and the Holy Grail directed by Bruegel and you’re some way towards grasping director Aleksei German’s vision”, says Robbie Collin.

  1. 45 Years

Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling in Andrew Haigh’s film 45 Years
Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling in Andrew Haigh’s film 45 Years
Director: Andrew Haigh
Starring: Charlotte Rampling, Tom Courtenay, Geraldine James, Dolly Wells
Certificate: 15
Running time: 93 mins

We said: A couple (Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay) struggles to cope when the husband learns that the perfectly preserved body of his ex-girlfriend has been discovered, 50 years after she slipped into an Alpine crevasse. Rampling “rarely been better” than she is in this “shattering, shivery marital drama”.

  1. The Walk

Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Philippe Petit in ‘The Walk’
Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Philippe Petit in ‘The Walk’
Credit: Sony Pictures Entertainment
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Starring: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ben Kingsley, Charlotte Le Bon, James Badge Dale
Certificate: PG
Running time: 123 mins

We said: Back to the Future director Robert Zemeckis glimmeringly recreates Frenchman Philippe Petit’s tightrope walk between the twin towers of New York’s World Trade Center, previously told in the documentary Man on Wire. Joseph Gordon-Levitt makes a thoroughly charming lead, despite his “prononced Franch acksong”, and once we get to the main event, “the camerawork is subtle and meticulous, the 3D head-spinningly well-applied.”

  1. Macbeth

Credit: Studio Canal/GenEditorial72
Director: Justin Kurzel
Starring: Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Sean Harris, David Thewlis, Paddy Considine, Jack Reynor, Elizabeth Debicki
Certificate: 15
Running time: 113 mins

We said: This is already “one of the great Shakespearean movies,” says Robbie Collin, “built around a pair of cosmically powerful performances from Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard.” The text is pared back and key scenes have been ingeniously re-interpreted. “Everything here is so perfectly in tune with itself that you might expect the film to feel a little too neatly self-contained and vacuum-packed, like Game of Thrones with an arts degree. In fact it’s the opposite: raw, visceral and contagious.”


Putting the money on screen: the budget gets bigger for every film
Credit: 2015 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ Columbia/Jonathan Olley
Director: Sam Mendes
Starring: Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Léa Seydoux, Monica Bellucci, Andrew Scott, Dave Bautista, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, Rory Kinnear
Certificate: 12A
Running time: 148 mins

We said: The 24th Bond film’s Day of the Dead-themed opening is “a swaggering show of confidence from returning director Sam Mendes,” writes Robbie Collin. “The film’s colour palette is so full of mouth-watering chocolates, coffees and creams that when the story moves to Rome, the city looks like a $300-million-dollar, fascist tiramisu.” SPECTRE is relentlessly modern, yet “writers John Logan, Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and Jez Butterworth rub sly references to the Bond canon, and craft moments of pure flamboyance that belong there: a secret base inside a crater, a spot-lit meteor as an interior design feature, a wrestling match in a pilotless helicopter, two leonine sports cars roaring through the Roman night.”

  1. Tangerine

Mya Taylor and Kitana Kiki Rodriguez in ‘Tangerine’
Mya Taylor and Kitana Kiki Rodriguez in ‘Tangerine’
Director: Sean Baker
Starring: Kitana Kiki Rodriguez, Mya Taylor, Karren Karagulian, Mickey O’Hagan, James Ransone
Certificate: 15
Running time: 86 mins

We said: Shot entirely on an iPhone, this “heart-spinning” movie about two transgender prostitutes on a rampage of revenge on Christmas Eve is more than just a novelty. “In spite of its explicit sex and livid orange skies, Tangerine is, at heart, a proper Christmas movie about family and friendship,” says Robbie Collin, “perhaps the best since Elf in 2003, in fact, although you probably wouldn’t bring the kids.”

  1. Carol

Cate Blanchett as the eponymous heroine of ‘Carol’
Cate Blanchett as the eponymous heroine of ‘Carol’
Credit: Wilson Webb
Director: Todd Haynes
Starring: Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara, Kyle Chandler, Sarah Paulson, Cory Michael Smith, Jake Lacy
Certificate: 15
Running time: 118 mins

We said: Todd Haynes has turned Patricia Highsmith’s novel of lesbian lovers in Fifties New York into an exceptionally beautiful film, with a career-best performance from Cate Blanchett. According to Tim Robey, the film is “gorgeous, gently groundbreaking, and might be the saddest thing you’ll ever see.”

  1. The Forbidden Room

Guy Maddin’s The Forbidden Room
Director: Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson
Starring: Roy Dupuis, Clara Furey, Louis Negin
Certificate: 12
Running time: 130 mins

We said: The most bonkers film of the year features vampire bananas and a volcano that has to be fed tapioca, in a bizarre compendium of interlocking stories. “As with a particularly Byzantine dream, you could sit down afterwards and analyse the whys, connect the thematic dots,” says Tim Robey. “But the main point is to experience it intensely – the bigger the screen, the better – and to get as close as possible to the joyfully irrational state of mind that produced it.”

  1. Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Daisy Ridley and John Boyega in Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Daisy Ridley and John Boyega in Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Director: JJ Abrams
Starring: Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Adam Driver, Harrison Ford, Peter Mayhew, Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleeson, Andy Serkis, Lupita Nyong’o, Gwendoline Christie, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill
Certificate: 12A
Running time: 136 mins

We said: It’s a pleasure to report that this is the sequel Star Wars fans have been looking for. Han, Leia and Luke all return – with Harrison Ford a particular delight – alongside a new cast of characters who are “brightly drawn, occasionally surprising, and an endless pleasure to spend time with”. The young British actors Daisy Ridley and John Boyega acquit themselves brilliantly, and Adam Driver makes an astonishing, and genuinely scary, Kylo Ren, following in the bootprints of Darth Vader.

Best Photos of 2015



Not strictly from America but – a US special forces paratrooper salutes fellow soldiers as he leaps from a plane 17,000ft above Germany during a training mission
Photograph: US Army


The United States women’s soccer team celebrates after winning the World Cup final against Japan
Photograph: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images


Rime ice extends several feet horizontally from a sign marking the summit of 5,774ft Mount Adams in New Hampshire in November
Photograph: Robert F Bukaty/AP


Rainbow-coloured lights illuminate the White House to celebrate the US supreme court ruling in favour of same-sex marriage in June
Photograph: Mark Wilson/Getty Images


Wildfires ravaged California as it suffered its worst drought on record. Firefighters set a controlled burn in the Sequoia National Park to protect the trees
Photograph: Max Whittaker/Reuters


Cecil the lion, killed by the Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer, is projected on to the Empire State Building in New York in August as part of a campaign to raise awareness of endangered species
Photograph: Eduardo Munoz/Reuters


Tommy Caldwell, one of two free climbers who scaled El Capitan’s Dawn Wall at Yosemite National Park in January
Photograph: Corey Rich/Aurora Photos