Some of you might enjoy this article on the 2nd page of a newsletter. https://www.csuchico.edu/graduatestudies/_assets/documents/newsletter-fall-19.pdf All I ask is that you keep in mind and firmly believe that the camera adds 100 pounds to a fella... Peace, Gary
I really enjoy what Laura is doing with her blog. On the bottom, click on view the original post. Not sure why it doesn’t reblog properly. It’ll be worth the energy it takes to click on it!
As a conservationist and nature/wildlife photographer, living surrounded by mountains brings the importance of them and how we can care for this beautiful biodiverse landscape. This image of the San Francisco Peaks was taken in Autumn, you can see some snow on the peaks as the temperatures drop.
Mountain ecosystems play a major part in the replenishing of mountain snows and glaciers. Without them these will melt and possibly vanish worldwide within 30-50 years. Without these snows, life on Earth will become unbearably hot and the water cycle will cease to function effectively. ActiveRemedy.org
Protecting Mountain Biodiversity
Did you know that mountains cover 24% of the earth’s surface and play a critical role in supporting life on the planet. More than half the world’s population depends on mountains for their water, known fondly as the water towers of the world.
Mountains harbor a significant portion of distinct ethnic groups, varied…
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Hands http://lensdiary.blog/2019/10/22/hands/ — Read on lensdiary.blog/2019/10/22/hands/ Ya gotta read this one. I am not blogging for a bit so I have time to really read the excellent work of others! Great work Len.
Dear Lord, Thank you for this day. This day is filled with blossoming trees and fields of wild flowers. No painting could capture the glory of it all. This day is filled with kind and supporting notes from kind and supporting people from all over the world. This day is filled with the love of [...]