In this video of Miraculous ladybug, we will see Adrien trying to write a love letter for Ladbug to declare his love for her.
Two high-school students, Marinette and Adrien, are chosen to become Paris’ superheroes: Ladybug and Cat Noir. They each have a Miraculous, a jewel linked to their the magical creatures (Kwamis) that give them powers.
Their mission is to keep Hawk Moth – who wants to steal their Miraculouses – from wreaking havoc on the town by creating increasingly dangerous supervillains – all while living their high school lives and keeping their identities secret.
At school, Marinette has a crush on Adrien but cannot tell him, so she acts awkwardly whenever he’s around. As a superhero, Cat Noir loves Ladybug, but his ego annoys her: Marinette prefers Adrien anyway!
Throughout the school year and their adventures, Ladybug discovers many nice qualities in Cat Noir while Marinette grows ever closer to Adrien, making huge efforts to overcome her shyness.
Marinette Dupain-Chang comparte sus 3 mejores monumentos favoritos de París en esta magnífica Webisode Milagrosa mariquita!
Cuando no está ocupado luchando contra los malos con su compañero de equipo de superhéroes, gato Noir, Marinette (también conocido como milagrosa mariquita) ama sumergirse en las vistas y sonidos de la lumbrera Palace y la inspiración que encontró en el Trocadero, que también pasa a ofrecer la mejor vista de su monumento favorito, la Torre Eiffel!
Algunos de los otros monumentos favoritos de Marinette incluyen: Notre Dame, Grand Palais, y los Campos Elíseos.
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A service-learning project produced in the Spring of 2018 MCJ 118S Corporate and Non-Profit Media Projects Class. Professor Candace Egan.
Produced by: Kristina Mays, Mali Lee, Mireya Luna, and Yeng Xiong, May 16, 2018.
5 piece progressive rock/blues band from Melbourne, Australia.
Kiki Smith is known for her multidisciplinary practice relating to the human condition and the natural world. Smith uses a broad variety of materials, continuously expanding and evolving a body of work that includes sculpture, printmaking, photography, drawing, and textile. Smith has been the subject of numerous exhibitions worldwide, including over 25 solo museum exhibitions. She is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and has been the recipient of several awards, including the 2012 National Medal of Arts; the 2010 Nelson A. Rockefeller Award; the 2009 Edward MacDowell Medal, the Skowhegan Medal for Sculpture in 2000, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Sculpture Center, among others. She is an adjunct professor at New York University and Columbia University. Smith has been represented by Pace Gallery, New York since 1994.
Supported by the University of Michigan Museum of Art.
Abyssinian blue coloring cat outside beautiful color in Alaska . earthquake in alaska no tsunami were all fine , just alot of snow , snowing at time of video . mouse traveled from under sled to woodpile . visable only briefly in woodpile . cat knew where it was all the time . thanks for suscribing
I dont know what this is exactly ,but it’s nice.
Dutch HARBOR, Alaska Wild Life
in lawton oklahoma at New Hope COGIC