This venerable wild olive grasps the earth with the keenness of an eagles talon.
These tips will ensure the wilderness will be pristine the next time you stop by for a visit!
This is the last thing that many lifeforms will see upon this mountain.
Britain’s industrial pioneers couldn’t have known how they would affect the climate.
Nothing quite like a man and his melon.
The landscape of water sculpted by the great Levante wind.
Producing enough food without using more land, exacerbating climate change or putting more pressure on water, soil and energy reserves will be challenging.
The trees sway and lift their ecstatic voices in praise of the great storm.
The presence of the great Levante is revealed with the movement of water and in the shape of this ancient oak.
The foundation for life on earth is the elegant and effortless mixing of air, light, water and minerals.
A bee and a flower in a stolen moment of Gaian intimacy.
These are the refugia for life within the Dehesa, the cool shady places still sinuous with water.
These are the architects of this ecology, the free ranging wild horses of the Dehesa.
The autumnal bounty is being readied in the hedgerows as the summers heat is concentrated within these glorious berries.
August 8, 2016 is internationally known as Ecological Debt or Earth Overshoot Day. What this means is, as of today we have used as much from nature as our planet can renew in this entire year.
A landscape of burnished gold is revealed as the sun sets over the Atlantic.