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Quarries, A scar on the landscape

Rock quarries are only beautiful to the society getting rich from them. They ravage the environment, they’re boring to look at, and they conjure up unbecoming images of the Flintstones. 186 more words

Capturing Moments In Time

Figuring Out Where to Start

One of the things that I learned from the latest book I read, Practical Permaculture, is that before you start on a major project, you have to take into consideration many different things.   554 more words

Glen Lake

View of lovely Glen Lake from the Dune Climb Trail in Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.


Martian Morse Code and the Curiosity Rover

Dunes seen on Mars have a peculiar formation of dots and dashes which were seen from images taken from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter using the… 157 more words


Symposium:- Settled Topographies: From Gibraltar to the Ganges

Settled Topographies: From Gibraltar to the Ganges

July 11 – 12, 2016

10:00 – 17:00

School of the Arts Library

19 Abercromby Square, Liverpool
Spanning the varied geographies of the 30th parallel the practices of human settlement have for millennia shaped the landscapes of this trans-continental region, while in turn the environment has both provided structure and guided the evolution of its cultures. 126 more words

British Colonial Architecture