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An Eastern Snapping Turtle   2 comments


Virginia & Outer Banks 2013

Eastern Snapping Turtle Near The Shale Ridge Creek

Virginia & Outer Banks 2013

Probably a young snapping turtle (approximately 6″ ) shows signs of having come up to the shale area from the muddy areas near the creek.

Virginia & Outer Banks 2013Bob takes a closer look — Images by kenne

Understanding Global Warming   2 comments

dubai-aerial-anthropocene-615National Geographic “Age of Man” March 2011

Insolation Controls in the Age of Anthropocene
(Understanding Global Warming)

Anthropocene
newly coined term
a human condition
questioned by
the extreme right
argued as
alignment of
insolations
maxima and minima
questioning the new
condition
of our condition

kenne

Water in the Anthropocene from WelcomeAnthropocene on Vimeo.

Puerto Peñasco, Mexico — Beach Scenes   3 comments

Rocky Point

Rocky Point

Rocky Point

Rocky PointThe Shore of Puerto Peñasco, Mexico — Images by kenne

 

Brown Pelican Fishing In The Gulf Of California   2 comments

Rocky Point

Rocky Point

Rocky Point

Rocky PointBrown Pelican Diving For Fish In The Gulf of California — Images by kenne

“It is not enough to understand the natural world; the point is to defend and
preserve it.” –Edward Abbey

Rocky Point

One Leader’s Castle — Montezuma Castle National Monument   6 comments

Sedona & Talking Stick Resort

Sedona & Talking Stick Resort

Sedona & Talking Stick Resort

Sedona & Talking Stick ResortImages by kenne 

Where The Water Runs Dry   4 comments

Ned's Nature Walk -- 01-1-09-13

“Where The Water Runs Dry” — Images by kenne

Ned's Nature Walk -- 01-1-09-13

We live in a land

where the water

runs dry,

the supply 

no longer sustainable

from the sky.

There was a time

when nature

met the need

until it met

the adversary,

greed.

kenne

Water Over The Dam   2 comments

Webs poster paper tair hue color rain blogWater Over The Dam — Image by kenne

he stands by the shore

watching water

flow over the dam

from the little creek

now a lake

soon to be

a creek again —

a journey to ponder

. . . is it just water over the dam?

kenne

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