treehugger:

Darkness is a natural resource and it is almost gone 
Paul Bogard explains: ”For me, one of the reasons why identifying different depths of darkness is so important is that we don’t recognize that we’re losing it, unless we have a name to recognize it by. It’s also a way to talk about what we might regain.”
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treehugger:

Darkness is a natural resource and it is almost gone 

Paul Bogard explains: For me, one of the reasons why identifying different depths of darkness is so important is that we don’t recognize that we’re losing it, unless we have a name to recognize it by. It’s also a way to talk about what we might regain.”

Read the rest. 

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d3wphoto:

Anybody else see the bald eagle like cloud gliding overhead?

d3wphoto:

Anybody else see the bald eagle like cloud gliding overhead?

d3wphoto:

Blue

d3wphoto:

Blue

whowhatwhat:

Energy Flow by A Bund
whowhatwhat:

strommasten by Gehoersturz

whowhatwhat:

strommasten by Gehoersturz

whowhatwhat:

Sunset Spectrum by Matt Malloy

whowhatwhat:

Sunset Spectrum by Matt Malloy

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