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Adventure to India's Pichavaram Mangrove Forest

Welcome to Big Mountain Photography (Dashan Sheying –大山摄影).

Great to have you back again as we continue exploring South India.  I’m sure you’ll enjoy the images and the story behind.   239 more words

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To Float Like a Mangrove Pod

A Mangrove seed pod floats through rivers, oceans and bays until it finds a place to land. When it does land, it tries to bury it’s roots down to grow. 440 more words

Day 3 & 4. Naliya, Kutch.

The distance from Narayan Sarovar to Naliya is only 68 Kms. but it is an interesting drive through the desert and within a short range of the Arabian sea and several industries. 612 more words

The Journey continues..

Day 6:

Finally we arrived at Baratang Island, which is between the South and Middle Andaman. Baratang is known for its beautiful beaches, mangrove creeks, mud-volcanoes and the limestone caves. 489 more words

Andaman Diaries

Kakadu mangroves escape Gulf of Carpentaria dieback

Satellite imagery has revealed mangrove communities in Kakadu National Park appear to have avoided the ‘dieback’ reported in the Gulf of Carpentaria.

While there’s been reporting of mangrove communities suffering in the Gulf, satellite imagery of the area between the South and East Alligator Rivers along Kakadu National Park’s coastal fringe suggest no impact to mangroves. 177 more words

Parks Australia

Jungle Paradise

Entry #1

Trees, leaves, branches, continue endlessly, below the glassy surface of calm, undisturbed waters. I can’t tell what’s real and what is a reflection on the still water. 525 more words

Central America

Sri Lanka To Protect Mangroves

Photos by Eranga Jayawardena

Sri Lanka’s government and environmentalists are working to protect tens of thousands of acres of mangrove forests — the seawater-tolerant trees that help protect and build landmasses, absorb carbon from the environment and reduce the impact of natural disasters like tsunamis. 1,384 more words

AP Photo