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"Earth and Sky"
Two shot vertorama. The Earth at my feet to the Sky above my head.
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Earth Teach Me to Remember
Earth teach me stillness
as the grasses are stilled with light.
Earth teach me suffering
as old stones suffer with memory.
Earth teach me humility
as blossoms are humble with beginning.
Earth Teach me caring
as the mother who secures her young.
Earth teach me courage
as the tree which stands alone.
Earth teach me limitation
as the ant which crawls on the ground.
Earth teach me freedom
as the eagle which soars in the sky.
Earth teach me resignation
as the leaves which die in the fall.
Earth teach me regeneration
as the seed which rises in the spring.
Earth teach me to forget myself
as melted snow forgets its life.
Earth teach me to remember kindness
as dry fields weep in the rain.
Ute, North American
Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's need, but not every man's greed.
Our Earth World is in greater peril than ever, but there is also unprecedented opportunity to build a new future. Earth Day has the power to bring about historic advances in climate policy, renewable energy and green jobs and catalyze millions who make personal commitments to sustainability - A Billion Acts of Green™ – mobilizing the power of people to create change by taking small steps in our homes, our schools and our businesses that add up to an enormous collective action.
Earth Day is a pivotal opportunity for people, corporations, and governments to join together to create a global green economy. Our coordinated efforts now will be recognized by future generations as a turning point.
Let's protect it so others after us can truly enjoy its 'Magical' Beauty...
'Thank You So Much' for all your continued visits, heartwarming comments and faves!
Your undying support makes it all 'worthwhile'! Stay 'Blessed'! My Flickr Friends.
Please 'Bear With Me' If I Won't Be Able To Visit Your Streams On Time!
Formula one is not only about engines and thrill!
Thank you Honda F1 Racing Team for my earth dream and earth dreams
and I would like you to see this post too
Note: I wanted to upload a picture for Honda F1 car, but it seems that you are not interested ^_^. This photo was taken in my home garden last summer.
Vote Earth by turning your lights out March 28th from 8:30 to 9:30 local time
Time zone by time zone, nearly 4,000 cities and towns in 88 countries joined the event sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund to dim nonessential lights from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Made explore for Mar 28, 2009 #210
Thank you all!
Here's an image from EUMETSAT's Meteosat-10, in celebration of Earth Day 2015.
Image taken 22 April 2015 - 10:45 (UTC) by Meteosat-10. Natural Colour RGB product.
Copyright: 2015 EUMETSAT
Celebrating our home.
Happy Earth Day!
Cherish, and protect it.
Anche quest’anno si celebra l’Earth Day, la Giornata della Terra, prevista per sabato 22 aprile. Si tratta di una data molto importante, nata per sostenere la formazione di una nuova coscienza ambientale e la salvaguardia del pianeta Terra. Per l’occasione, in tutto il mondo si organizzano eventi a tema e anche l’Italia non è da meno.
L’Earth Day viene celebrato dalle Nazioni Unite il 22 aprile, un mese dopo l’Equinozio di Primavera, e vede la partecipazione di 175 paesi. La sua origine risale al 1970, quando venne celebrata per la prima volta per volere dell’attivista pacifista John McConnel. Da movimento universitario divenne poi un evento educativo ed informativo per valutare le problematiche ambientali, l’inquinamento, la distruzione degli ecosistemi e la conservazione delle risorse naturali.
This year is also celebrated the Earth Day, Earth Day, scheduled for Saturday 22 April. This is a very important date, born to support the formation of a new environmental consciousness and the preservation of the planet Earth.
The Earth Day is celebrated by the United Nations on April 22, a month after the Spring Equinox, and sees the participation of 175 countries. Its origin dates back to 1970, when it was celebrated for the first time by the pacifist activist John McConnel. The university movement then became an educational and informative event to evaluate environmental issues, pollution, destruction of ecosystems and conservation of natural resources.
Earth, Wind, Time... The Totem Pole. Monument Valley, Arizona. Not long after sunrise, long shadows gently caress windswept dunes. The brilliant yellows of Rabbit Grass adorn one of the most recognized sandstone monoliths in the world. On sacred ancestral land, courtesy of a wonderful Navajo guide that I stay in continuous touch with. A three image HDR set.
Michael Jackson - Earth Song
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.
At 8:30 PM on Saturday 26th March 2011,
lights will switch off around the globe for Earth Hour
and people will commit to actions that go beyond the hour.
beautiful pictures from Earth Hour 2010
model by Shawn Perez
Earth by NASA and Universe by ESA and Wolfram Freudling
more info see first comment box :)
“We are the earth intruders
Muddy with twigs and branches
Here come the earth intruders
We are the paratroopers,
The beat of sharpshooters
Comes straight from voodoo”
Earth Intruder ~ Björk
A Cuban tree frog (Osteopilus septentrionalis) peers out from its hiding place in a Florida backyard. Hitching a ride on cargo crates originating from the Caribbean in the 1920s, this non-native species is now the largest species of tree frog found in the continental United States. They are considered invasive pests in Florida, as they outcompete and feed upon native species of amphibians and other small reptiles. Fort Lauderdale, FL. USA
For more information about invasive Cuban tree frogs, and how to protect Florida’s native amphibians and ecology, visit:
Earth may try to break you
And Life, she'll try to take you
Love may live without you
And Silence may let the pain through
But Nature will love you kindly
And restore all you've lost
You're a creature of the Earth
Of nature hard and soft
Stress may do you badly
And Anxiety may wrack your bones
Apathy may take you gladly
And Tears may drag you from home
But Wind and Water will grow you
Laughter and Love will heal you
The Sun will hold and cradle you
And let Joy come through.........Chaus
"Joyful joyful we adore our Earth in all its wonderment
Simple gifts of nature that all join into a paradise
Now we must resolve to protect her
Show her our love throughout all time
With our gentle hand and touch
We make our home a newborn world
Now we must resolve to protect her
Show her our love throughout all time
With our gentle hand and touch
We make our home a newborn world"
Earth Day Anthem (William Wallace)
There is so much that every single one of us can do, to rescue our wonderful planet, some ideas here !
Many different species, looking for food
in the nearly dry valley of Tarangire River
Tarangire N.P., Tanzania, Africa
Paris, porte en fer - iron door. Iphone.
Didier du Castel
Earth Day 2012 - Let's do something for our beautiful planet !!!
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Lovely and pronounced Earth Shadow and Belt of Venus after sunset on a cold winter afternoon. It was -30F (-34C) as twilight returned.
Earth ..Paintings in Yellow
Dorud Region "Dorood", Lorestan Province, Iran
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What Is It About A Solitary Tree That Captures One's Gaze and Imagination?
No matter where you live, you have seen one. And I'm betting when you did, you allowed your gaze to linger for awhile. If you are a camera bug, you may even have pulled over while driving down some road, and shot a picture or two. Sometimes it is a majestic, old oak tree in the middle of a farmer's field...surrounded by acres of plowed field. Why did they leave just that one tree? Surely there must have been many others at some time.
A forest is lush. Dense. But while a forest has its own charms, it can sometimes seem impenetrable. Uninviting, even. A lone tree holds a completely different kind of allure. It is somehow mysterious. It's almost magnetic, especially when the cleared land around it is expansive. You ask yourself how that one tree, and only that tree, managed to escape the axe and survive. You sometimes may even feel compelled to walk across the field to look at it from a closer perspective. Stand in its shade. It provokes contemplation. The trees in a stand of woods lose their individuality and become almost indistinguishable from one another, at least until fall. But a lonesome tree? It calls out to you. "Look at me. I'm still here!"
Special Thanks to Keith930, Daily News - Mar 20, 2013
— All of Nature is a Divine Harmony, Wonderful Symphony that invites all Creatures that Accompany their Developments and Progress.