"Flash Flood" by Santa Fe Art Institute -- Santa Fe, USA

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    The Santa Fe EARTH event, showing how the Santa Fe River could look if there was water running through it. The Santa Fe River is one of the 10 most endangered rivers in North America. Over a 1,000 people came out and held up blue painted pieces of cardboard or tarps as a satellite passed over. The event was put on by 350.org and the Santa Fe Art Institute on November 20, 2010 in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

    Photo credit: Michael Clark

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    1. Oak Run Tales 54 months ago | reply

      A beautiful effort!

    2. CHICAGODALEY 54 months ago | reply

      Wish I could have been there to hold up the color blue to stand in behalf of the Santa Fe River. Thanks to everyone involved in making this poignant image. God Speed the efforts to restore The Santa Fe River!

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