Posts Tagged ‘ water ’

▶ CoquiWalk by ecopoetics

“A night walk on a road at the edge of the rainforest in Costa Rica (El Yunque), after a rain storm: coqui frogs, insects, water, humans. February 2009. Monaural recording.”

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Zeitgeist Spam: Yes, I think we can call it the Anthropocene (reposted from the Guardian)

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This planktonic arrow worm, Sagitta setosa, has eaten a blue plastic fibre about 3mm long. Plankton support the entire marine food chain. Photograph: Richard Kirby/Courtesy of Orb Media

Source: Zeitgeist Spam: Yes, I think we can call it the Anthropocene (reposted from the Guardian)

JOAN BAEZ with INDIGO GIRLS ~ The Water Is Wide ~.wmv – YouTube

A view from the bottom of the watering hole

Here’s your tiny moment of zen for today. If you put a camera at the bottom of a bucket placed in the middle of a desert, several different kinds of animals will come to drink from it.Important note: “The swimmi

Source: A view from the bottom of the watering hole

“Food Water Shelter Poetry: art as species survival (r)evolution practice” by Eric Magrane |University of Arizona Poetry Center Newsletter

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A Scientific Review of French Polynesia’s Austral Islands

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

A Scientific Review of French Polynesia’s Austral Islands.

Lorine Niedecker’s ‘Lake Superior’ — Rhetoric of the everyday | Jacket2

“Looking Out to the River,” Lorine Niedecker, Blackhawk Island, WI, March 1966 (image courtesy of the Fort Atkinson Historical Society).

” . . . poetry is especially important as a mode of inquiry; it accepts the necessity of mood to make sense of experience. Mood establishes a particular kind of bond between author and reader.”  – Martha Nussbaum

Rhetoric of the everyday | Jacket2.