The slow rolling sand tsunami that is the great dune of Punta Paloma long ago buried this forest.
The annual migration of half billion birds is funneled through the Straights Of Gibraltar where Africa kisses the belly of Europe.
Reflections on the breathtaking New Zealand.
The late evening sun picks out the normally hidden details of our more than human world.
The fluid boundaries of being create a late evening masterpiece.
Is nature really gonna pay us back for everything we’ve done to deface this miraculous planet?
Cutting the air on the edge of this Hadean storm like a flight of mythical arrows, the storks are returning.
These twisted and deformed strata are turned upon their sides and eroded over millennia by the unceasing wash of tide and storm.
“The Little Mouth” serves up rain, the way water is supposed to be, rife with nutrients and minerals. Sadly, we don’t have a clue what real water is supposed to taste like anymore.
The rising sun casts a shimmering pearlescent mantle across the Dehesa.
Environmental activist and Dudeist Priest, T.J. Dodenhoff on the impact of novelties and other marketing ploys on our environment
Saladaviciosa is a place where people are deeply participative with their own environment.
Tell us how you work to tread lighter on our Earth, at home and beyond.
Among the dark green woods of Burntboot Canyon, an ancient veteran of the Earth towers towards the sky.
Our planet is changing, solutions aren’t forthcoming or welcome. Two guys refuse to surrender to what may be our inevitable destiny.
We’re looking for dads to fill us in on sharing their love of nature with their kids.