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“A lake is the landscape's most beautiful and expressive feature. It is earth's eye; looking into which the beholder measures the depth of his own nature.”

 

Henry David Thoreau -

 

Canyon Lake along the beautiful Apache Trail

 

Press L for a better view of the desert lake

There is still a hope? Or we are condemned to doom..

Anyway, The Planet will last till my last day, I'm sure ! : o)

Selfish lady I am ! I'll be eating lot of goodies tonight, just to celebrate. Just in case..

: o)

BIG SIZE; please

 

Michael Jackson - Earth Song

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Non lontano dalla spiaggia di Playa El Golfo, si trova una delle attrazioni più singolari di Lanzarote, isola straordinariamente ricca di peculiarità e di forti caratteristiche identitarie dal punto di vista naturalistico.

 

Si tratta del Lago Verde, un nome straordinariamente anonimo per un paesaggio così suggestivo.

Il Lago Verde è spesso definito come un simbolo di Lanzarote per il suo essere simbiotico nei confronti delle due forze naturali che hanno generato e scolpito l’isola nel corso dei millenni: il vulcano e l’acqua marina.

La laguna è stata generata da un antico cratere vulcanico sprofondato sotto il suo peso, nella cui cavità è confluita acqua marina.

Organismi vegetali marini ed alghe hanno potuto prosperare nel pur ridotto spazio del lago grazie alla presenza dei sali minerali di origine vulcanica. Tale presenza vegetale ha donato al laghetto il caratteristico colorito verde intenso.

Il contrasto tra la oscura roccia vulcanica circostante e il verde profondo del lago costituiscono quasi un’iride, un occhio verde che affascina e ammalia con il suo sguardo.

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Polaroid SX-70 & TZ.

 

Pagan Gods toy with animal-like men.

 

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The POETRY of the EARTH is never dead !

 

Let us never try to disturb it, bec there is no one who can't understand it's language.

 

Start enjoying the lyrical movements and be relaxed :)

I had too much fun playing with this one in Photoshop to not post it. I thought it was a fun change up to the water drop series...

"A lake is the landscape's most beautiful and expressive feature. It is Earth's eye; looking into which the beholder measure the depth of his own nature."

Henry David Thoreau

 

Listening to: The Hush by Rae & Christian

“A lake is the landscape's most beautiful and expressive feature. It is earth's eye; looking into which the beholder measures the depth of his own nature.”

Henry David Thoreau

 

Sylvan Lake

Needles Hwy

Custer State Park, South Dakota

 

Always best large on black

 

Winner of "Heaven's Shots" Waterworld challenge.

Daft Punk-Contact

 

Thanks for stopping here, I do not have much time to visit all your latest works ....

I'll do as soon as possible !! :)

And it feels okay to turn down the lights, and just listen....

Fragment Of Nature-Krka National Park/Croatia

The longer one is alone, the easier it is to hear the song of the earth.

• Robert Anton Wilson

Wandering across the sunlit sands looking for inspiration. I don't know why certain compositions catch the eye, but the rippled edge of this pool attracted me. Shooting a setting sun can be such a calming experience, so Earth to Calm by Scott Matthews is a fine title.

Explore #300 - 10.07.2009 & Explore Front Page

 

Up flowery stairways of eternity

I whirled in wonder and untrammeled joy,

An atom, yet a portion of His dream—

His dream that knows no end. . . .

I was the rain,

I was the dawn, I was the purple east,

I was the moonlight on enchanted nights,

(Yet time was lost to me); I was a flower

For one to pluck who loved me; I was bliss,

And rapture, splendid moments of delight;

And I was prayer, and solitude, and hope;

And always, always, always I was love.

From Beyond the Stars by Charles Hanson Towne (Nov 1912)

 

Best Viewed Large On Black - See where this picture was taken. [?]

This planet is too precious and too beautiful to be destroyed by human greed and ignorance ...

So let's be open and attentive to its needs !!!

 

Have a happy weekend !

 

Aerial view of Okavango Delta, Botswana, Africa

"Nature is the only dictator that I respect and obey" - Enter Shikari

at Namafjall Geothermal Area, Iceland

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Earth in bloom

sweet wind scent

a song wafts by

mixed tunes of colors

past and present

Heaven smiles

celebrating

Earth in bloom.

Suzy H @ 6/10/07

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This is dedicated to my belated mother and her mother (my grandmother) who taught me to love flowers, especially the pansy. Today would be my mom's birthday. Heaven is having a party for her as she loved birthdays!

on my way back from shooting an approaching storm I saw this dirt track and chanced up it. best image of the day do I was very happy!

travelling through the hated town, and yet Earth is so beloved.

Saturday Self-Challenge April 22, 2017:

Today is Earth Day, so the subject for the challenge will be Earth Day related, such as beautiful landscapes, wild animals, flowers and trees, and anything else related to the environment. Processing is fine ....

 

"Earth Day" is a day that is intended to inspire awareness and appreciation for the Earth's natural environment. My only hope is that most people will start to understand that we must change our ways and that we must protect our "home".

CELEBRATE & RESPECT EARTH!

A lake is a landscape's most beautiful and expressive feature. It is Earth's eye; looking into which the beholder measures the depth of his own nature.

― Henry David Thoreau, Walden

 

Chicago

 

Start a job today...wish me luck, please!

Merci!

"The earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the earth. All things are connected like the blood that unites us all. Man did not weave the web of life, he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself." ~ Chief Seattle /Si'ahl, 1854

Impressions of India – 25

 

While travelling through North India, we stayed in Fort Barli, in the village of Barli, in the state of Rajasthan. I had read that at a nearby lake, named “Dev Sagar”, I could observe a variety of birds. So after arriving at Fort Barli, we went for a walk around the lake. It is a beautiful lake and we did encounter several bird species. But we also saw a lot of garbage in and around the lake. The stench was quite strong at times. It seems that the lake is used as a dump by the local people. We saw running shoes, plastic bottles, jerry cans, various household items, tires, etc. in and around it.

On this Earth Day, I thought it was fitting to post this picture to remind us that our individual actions have a collective impact on the Earth. One person throwing one small thing in a lake can almost seem harmless in itself, but when hundreds of people do the same, the effect can be devastating. Every action matters.

Happy Earth Day!

 

If you like this picture from my trip to India, you can see more at www.flickr.com/photos/chizuka/albums/72157673735932443

 

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“A lake is the landscape's most beautiful and expressive feature. It is earth's eye; looking into which the beholder measures the depth of his own nature.” Henry David Thoreau

  

On the shores of Lake MacDonald in Glacier National Park in the early morning light.

 

Honored to be the "Best Picture of the Week" by EMPYREAN Land-/Cityscapes

I have no country to fight for; my country is the earth, and I am a citizen of the world.

Eugene V. Debs

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Do your little bit of good wherever you are; it is those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world. ~ Author Unknown

 

Taggart Lake - Grand Teton National Park - May 2012

 

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“We are the children of our landscape; it dictates behavior and even thought in the measure to which we are responsive to it.”

 

(Lawrence Durell, 1912-1990)

  

music: W.A. Mozart - K.488 - Piano Concerto in A - 2nd mov. Adagio

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:copyright: 2011 Helmuth Boeger - All rights reserved.

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Those who dwell among the beauties and mysteries of the earth are never alone or weary of life.

~Rachel Carson

  

Created for the WPC Week 198

song - Earth Intruders - Bjork

No… this is not a Panorama, a Vertorama, or a Multirama. This is a Croporama… cropping a single image so that it looks like a panorama!

 

Heh heh... this was the easiest “Rama” that I’ve ever processed! :)

 

Nikon D300, Sigma 10-20 at 10mm, an aperture of f10 and a 1/15th second exposure.

 

The green earth has a stubborn streak for survival. It was born from a violent Big Bang explosion in the universe some four billion years ago & since then continuously evolved to pulsate with life in one form or the other. As illustrated by this diminutive tuft of grass, which glows to live another beautiful day on the ever encroaching sand dunes of the Namib Desert, the earth has the desire to live till the sun exhausts all it's Hydrogen.

  

Are we Homosapiens, the most intelligent species on earth helping the earth's desire to live? Do we want to preserve the green "Oxy-Generators" tree cover around us or convert everything into a Concrete Desert?

 

Think..... & then Act on it.

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