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2013

Into the Arctic | Greenpeace

by mixher & 1 other
The arctic is under pressure from oil companies seeking to exploit its fossil resources. They see the melting of the sea ice, not as a warning, but as a business opportunity. Take a journey into the Arctic and explore for yourself its natural wonders, the threat of the encroaching oil industry, and follow the struggle to save the Arctic

2012

2011

Famille au Naturel

by guillaume.ruas
Nous proposons des articles sur des sujets du quotidien comme le recyclage, le compostage, le bio, le développement durable, …. Rendons notre vie plus écologique, naturelle, économique, protégeons notre environnement et notre santé.

Mystere mystere 20091018 Mystery Je me suis tatée . En fais-je où non, une photo mystère Avec leur perspica

by fotopol
Des images en grand format, ici sur le thème de la photo mystère. Sur ce site de nombreuses rubriques présente de nombreuses images de catégories très variées.

EUNIS - Welcome to EUNIS Database

by Spone (via)
EUNIS biodiversity database - find species, habitats and sites across Europe

Au rythme des volcans

by fotopol
« Parmi les phénomènes que la nature offre à nos regards, il n’en est de plus grandiose, de plus merveilleux, de plus mystérieux, de plus terrifiant qu’un volcan en activité. Il tremble, gronde, craque, s’éventre, mugit, explose, fume, jaillit, coule… »

2010

The truth about snowflakes : The New Yorker

by jeanruaud
In a way, the passage out from Snowflake Bentley to the new snowflake stories is typical of the way our vision of nature has changed over the past century: Bentley, like Audubon, believed in the one fixed image; we believe in truths revealed over time—not what animals or snowflakes are, but how they have altered to become what they are. The sign in Starbucks should read, “Friends are like snowflakes: more different and more beautiful each time you cross their paths in our common descent.” For the final truth about snowflakes is that they become more individual as they fall—that, buffeted by wind and time, they are translated, as if by magic, into ever more strange and complex patterns, until, at last, like us, they touch earth. Then, like us, they melt.

Millennium Images Gallery - Search

by Gladys De Micheli (via)
Wallflower consists of more than 70 images by 20 photographers. These are collectable items in limited editions, but very competitively priced. The theme of the collection is the natural world.