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  • Earth Day 2009

    by Ellenboughn | 13th of May, 2008

    Earth Day ’08 is over. It’s time to get ready for next year. By all accounts 2009 will be “Earth Year” as all aspects of life are now increasingly examined for their impact on the environment. You will want to photograph iconic eco-products as well as using them... More
  • The thermal power station

    by Uniq78 | 10th of July, 2016

    The Thermal Power Plant. Sunset. The contrast between the beautiful nature and a terrible human activity. Ideal sky and frightful smokestack pipe.     The Thermal Power Plant 27 is a combined heat and power plant located in Moscow Oblast, Russia. It provides heat... More
  • Earth Day: Photographing mother nature

    by Mangalika | 23rd of April, 2016

    “I believe in God, only I spell it Nature.” – Frank Lloyd Wright   Even my conception is pretty similar to the above lines...Recent concerns of global warming, prolonged drought in parts of Asia, Lowest rainfall in Southern India, Rising sea level...all are signs... More
  • Yalova, city of Turkey

    by Keremgo | 5th of April, 2016

    I've worked as hard as I could all my life. I wasn't a photographer nor an illustrator in the past - never went to school and learned everything by myself. No one did a favor to me, no one helped. I'm lucky that I have my parents who supported me on my passions as much as... More
  • Hell in Paradise

    by Alexandr822 | 12th of January, 2016

    My previous blog article was about amazing tropical beautiful views you can find at Maldives and pictures you can take here. Some people call this place Heaven on earth, Paradise, sunny side of life and so on. Maldives it is one of the top honeymoon destinations. It is... More
  • BRUTAL Industry

    by Anyvidstudio | 20th of May, 2015

    This is what is left from the past for our generation. This is what we live. That is what we breathe. What remains in memory only some - but standing in front of the eyes of many people. It traces catastrophe that continues ...    Cities that have become a symbol of danger.... More
  • Happy Spring!

    by Bradcalkins | 11th of May, 2014

    We all get to experience Spring at slightly different times of year. I moved to Salmon Arm over a year ago, and really enjoy the Springtime here. It helps that most of these were taken in my own yard, but it doesn't really matter where you go it is hard to not have your... More
  • Pollution

    by Feriteglas | 28th of December, 2013

    Well, this place is a heaven for photographers but it is a hell for life. People have been moved uphill and all animals are gone. This is a minery area in the middle of Romania. More
  • Environmental Africa - The Good and The Bad

    by Edosaodaro | 28th of August, 2013

    I recently visited Nigeria - a rarely trodden part of the world (with the fear of kidnapping and a desperate shortage of infrastructure amongst only a few of the obstacles laid to bare). Whilst in an extremely remote part of the country - where some independent rain forest... More
  • Enter...Environments!

    by Dolimac | 30th of July, 2013

    This image is what I hope will be the first among many attempts at creating landscapes and/or environments by me. Most of my freelance requests come from clients who want figurative/character-based t-shirt designs. This results in my drawing lots of "mascots floating in space"... More
  • Collection goes public: Social and Environment issues

    by Mangalika | 7th of July, 2013

    Well, I am an engineer by profession and photographer by passion..but honestly none of these were my childhood dreams :) My mom, being a botanist, always encouraged me about a clean and green environment, whereas my grand-pa, being a social worker, always encouraged me to... More
  • Tropic Shore - Vertical

    by Keremgo | 1st of February, 2013

    Vertical and more detailed version of my tropical island rendering. I actually never visited Isla Blanca and don’t know if there’s a place like this there but its just the result of an inspiration, my imagination and interpretation. I hope you enjoy and thanks for looking.... More
  • Story of Palm Oil... & Me

    by T4nkyong | 16th of October, 2012

    I used to be a wastewater engineer, visiting palm oil mills to carry out tests on their wastewater and determine if the amout of biogas/methane/greenhouse gas is sufficient for my organsiation to develop a Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) project there. Things were going... More
  • Nature Environment

    by Mangalika | 9th of October, 2012

    I was brought up in a beautiful and peaceful place of India where I played with butterfiles, watched dramatic evening sky everyday and helped mom in gardening. Mom being a doctorate in Botany had always taught me lots of things about nature. The fascination still continues.... More
  • Wind Energy

    by Radub85 | 30th of August, 2012

    Last month i was traveling across the country and i noticed something that it was a rare thing in these parts 10 years ago: wind turbines. Maybe now people understand that protecting the environment is really an important thing. The importance of wind power are numerous... More
  • Happy Earth Day

    by Karenfoleyphotography | 20th of April, 2012

    Happy Earth Day April 22, 2012 marks the 42nd Celebration of Earth Day. Started as a grass roots demonstration, Earth Day has grown into an international observance dedicated to the awareness of and activism for environmental concerns. While a lot has been accomplished... More
  • Trying to be good, buying local

    by Peanutroaster | 26th of September, 2011

    Our family has recently renewed our attempts to improve the quality of food we eat and this includes trying to buy more local food. After watching the documentary "Food, Inc" and learning about modern farming methods (for example the fact that there are only 13 meat... More
  • Quotes for Earth Day - Friday

    by Laroach | 22nd of April, 2011

    Yes, it's Earth Day! For me celebrating Earth Day is a double-edged sword. It saddens me to think of how much beauty we have destroyed on our precious planet. But I rejoice whenever I experience the immense scale of nature, its creativity and the magnificent isolation of... More
  • Quotes for Earth Day - Thursday

    by Laroach | 21st of April, 2011

    "The beauty and charm of the wilderness are his for the asking, for the edges of the wilderness lie close beside the beaten roads of the present travel." ~ Theodore Roosevelt. See Article
  • Quotes for Earth Day - Wednesday

    by Laroach | 20th of April, 2011

    "Two thousand scientists, in a hundred countries, engaged in the most elaborate, well organized scientific collaboration in the history of humankind, have produced long-since a consensus that we will face a string of terrible catastrophes unless we act to prepare ourselves... More

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