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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

 

“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

Polaroid SX-70 & TZ.

 

Pagan Gods toy with animal-like men.

 

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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...

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 :)

“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 !! :)

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. [?]

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

Catching sunrise behind Icelandic Iconic, it gives special effect

 

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xoxo~adri

at Namafjall Geothermal Area, Iceland

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

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.

 

My favorite subject for landscape photography is definitely the night sky. But when I visit the Oregon coast I always take the time to seek out a sunset, if possible. It's been a number of months since I attempted shots like this, so I'm a bit rusty. But the light on this recent evening broke a couple of hours before sunset and beckoned me to travel to Seal Rock State Park, where I spent quite a bit of time reveling in an empty beach. I probably should have climbed up Seal Rock itself to shoot, but that's one of those 20/20 hindsight things.

 

Enjoy your morning and have a happy Earth Day!

"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!

Happy Earth Day to everyone who is part of this beautiful and giving planet! I have never been more fascinated by nature than when I actually take a deep breath and view its beauty through my lens. When at that moment, you, the elements in front and the elements within are in perfect harmony...well mostly at least :)

 

There is something about waterfalls which really captures the essence of the giving nature of planet Earth. Hence thought of a shot from the archives to pay a fitting tribute.

 

I sincerely hope the human race is not the one that brings down this beautiful planet as wherever I go I see destruction and a complete lack of understanding as to how our actions can significantly change the Earth...for better and more importantly for worse...

 

I was out for the long weekend and I will definitely catch up with all of you! Thanks for the visits and have a wonderful week ahead!

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!

Earth, sky and the hand of man.

Will be back later to visit your works.

 

Thank you for your kind visit. Have a wonderful and beautiful day! xo:heart:️

 

“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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Needs To Be Seen Large On Black

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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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(More than 19000 views - Thank you ! :-)

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

 

Have a great Tuesday, and as always, thanks for all your visits and comments!!!!

 

© Darlene Bushue - All of my images are protected by copyright and may not be used on any site, blog, or forum without my permission.

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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

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Si celebra oggi,come ogni anno, la Giornata Mondiale della Terra, giunta al 43esimo anniversario.

 

Earth Day

 

Earth And Sky

Devil's Garden

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Escalante, Utah

for week 6 - collective 52 photo project

  

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If your weekend starts here, have a great one. Stay warm!

 

Thanks to www.cgtextures.com/ for the background (leather).

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Hey guys, just a quick upload from the archive.

 

Found out one of my photos, Awakening, has been selected to be exhibited at the Brunswick Street Gallery from the 4th to the 17th of July. Click here for further details of the venue if you're ever in Melbourne and wanted to have a look, or come on down on the 4th and say g'day to me!

© 2009 Steve Kelley

 

First lightning storm of the year viewed from Jersey City, NJ of the New York City skyline with a bit of Newport Pavonia in the lower left. Exactly 24 hours after Earth Hour here in NYC.

 

To view all images in larger sizes and to download, purchase, or license please click here: Lightning Images

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pour Fredaniane, and his "mood" ... :-))

 

explored! Oct 29, 2008 #32 :-D

song - Earth Intruders - Bjork

flying over Utah/Colorado

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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