Posts Tagged ‘ land ’

Four Ways the Coronavirus Is Changing the Planet – The Atlantic

“Fournet is thinking now of North Pacific humpback whales, who have begun to move northward this month and will soon be swimming with newborn calves in southeast Alaska, a region also popular with cruise ships for views of local wildlife. “This will be the quietest entry that humpback whales have had in southeastern Alaska in decades,” Fournet said. “Nature is taking a breath when the rest of us are holding ours.” Marina Koren

Widespread social-distancing measures have produced some jarring effects across land, air, and sea.

Source: Four Ways the Coronavirus Is Changing the Planet – The Atlantic

Page Coleman Gallery Posted on November 18, 2017 by Miriam Sagan In Albuquerque, a lovely synthesis of art and poetry.

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Miriam Sagan

A Scientific Review of French Polynesia’s Austral Islands

© Manu San Felix

The underwater marine ecosystem off Rapa, one of the Austral Islands.

A Scientific Review of French Polynesia’s Austral Islands.

OFFICIAL Israel “IZ” Kamakawiwoʻole – “Hawaiʻi ’78” Video

Looking at the Land :: Exploring current ideas about photographing landscape and the tradition of picturing place.

Graham Miller Nicole Monument Valley, Utah 2009

Looking at the Land