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Return to Dust

The photo, above, shows a tundra in its natural state. Although Inuit hunt and trap on these lands, there are no worn footpaths, other than those made by musk oxen and caribou. 263 kata lagi


Denali National Park

Friday, August 19, 2016


When Denali National Park and Preserve was established in 1917, it comprised about 2 million acres at that time. More area was added in 1980, including some wildlife preserves, bringing the total park to over 6 million acres. 826 kata lagi

USA Travel

A Biker in the Tundra.

By Lupita Peimbert

(Travel) – He passed me by, apparently unconcerned, on my way to Trail Ridge Road in the Rocky Mountain National Park. His motorcycle was the usual of a biker and so it was his black vest and beard. 622 kata lagi


Frozen Arctic Sea

Enjoy this three dimensional digital landscape of a frozen, ice covered body of water with a chain of several islands leading toward the horizon. If you’re considering adding some new art to your home or office, please visit… 22 kata lagi


World Photo Day: Alpine Wildflowers

I’m posting this at the tail end of World Photo Day (August 19). Above is a photo of a field of Snow Buttercups. Blooming at 12,000 feet in elevation, these brilliant yellow wildflowers grow in harsh conditions above the treeline at Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado.


World Mosquito Day and Chocolates.

August 20th is the world mosquito day.

If man would have it, all mosquito’s would be eradicated and the journey began on august 20th discovering the female mosquito as the transmitter of Malaria in 1897  Since 1930’s the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine has been commemorating this day. 392 kata lagi

Health Awareness