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I never forget.

Banded iron rock, mineral layers compressed in vibrant colours found in the Hammersley Range, Western Australia. Photo by Mint Images/ Frans Lanting/Getty

Banded iron rock, mineral layers compressed in vibrant colours found in the Hammersley Range, Western Australia. Photo by Mint Images/ Frans Lanting/Getty

In the end, there is really nothing more important than
taking care of the earth and letting it take care of you.”
~~Charles Scott
At first I thought I was fighting to save rubber trees, then I thought I was fighting to save the Amazon rainforest. Now I realise I am fighting for humanity.
—Chico Mendes
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chico_Mendes
"Spring has returned. The Earth is like a child that knows poems." Rainer Maria Rilke

The Amazing World We Live In

phoenixdetermination:

rktovey:

Northern lights captured in space by NASA

…and the world wore a crown of light…..

HH:  This is fantastic.  I had never seen the crown.

phoenixdetermination:

rktovey:

Northern lights captured in space by NASA

…and the world wore a crown of light…..

HH:  This is fantastic.  I had never seen the crown.

Delta -  Jose Benito Ruiz

Delta -  Jose Benito Ruiz

Earthquake in Jakarta
Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN) — The 15 victims simply couldn’t outrun the searing debris that billowed out of Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung.
Plumes of ash had spewed more than a mile into the sky Saturday and descended in superheated clouds. Scalding ash up to 700 degrees in temperature raced down the slope in just two to three minutes.
By the end of several eruptions, at least 15 people had been killed, a government official told CNN. It was the first time Mount Sinabung’s volcanic output had resulted in deaths, the Jakarta Post reported.
Source:  CNN

Earthquake in Jakarta

Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN) — The 15 victims simply couldn’t outrun the searing debris that billowed out of Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung.

Plumes of ash had spewed more than a mile into the sky Saturday and descended in superheated clouds. Scalding ash up to 700 degrees in temperature raced down the slope in just two to three minutes.

By the end of several eruptions, at least 15 people had been killed, a government official told CNN. It was the first time Mount Sinabung’s volcanic output had resulted in deaths, the Jakarta Post reported.

Source:  CNN

Photographer Sebastiao Salgado is never one to do a project that is anything less than remarkable. His latest project called Genesis, exemplifies that work ethic and it is a truly profound body of work. 

Genesis takes us on an exhilarating journey to view the world from old perspectives. Shot in dramatic monochrome, Genesis tries to capture the world in way that it may have appeared long before it was touched by any kind of modernity.

Source:  Exposure Guide

"A TRUE CONSERVATIONIST IS A MAN WHO KNOWS THAT THE WORLD IS NOT GIVEN BY HIS FATHER BUT BORROWED FROM HIS CHILDREN” Audubon
furrowed fields

furrowed fields

“I had assumed that the Earth, the spirit of the Earth, noticed exceptions — those who want only to damage it and those who do not. But the Earth is wise. It has given itself into the keeping of all, and all are therefore accountable.” - Alice Walker

BBC - Trailer for The Human Planet 

HH:  I may have posted this over a year ago.  Still amazing and worth a look.  We are an amazing species.

Sahara rock appears to be first meteorite from Mars’ crust
The specimen is unlike any of the 110 or so Martian meteorites found on Earth, providing a unique glimpse of the Red Planet’s surface, experts say.


A slice of the 2.1-billion-year-old Martian meteorite found in the Sahara, officially known as NWA 7034 and nicknamed “Black Beauty.” (Carl Agee / University of New Mexico / January 3, 2013)


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Meteorite From Mars is Water-Rich (universetoday.com)

Sahara rock appears to be first meteorite from Mars’ crust

The specimen is unlike any of the 110 or so Martian meteorites found on Earth, providing a unique glimpse of the Red Planet’s surface, experts say.

A slice of the 2.1-billion-year-old Martian meteorite found in the Sahara, officially known as NWA 7034 and nicknamed “Black Beauty.” (Carl Agee / University of New Mexico / January 3, 2013)