A silent forest where only your own footsteps can be heard. And maybe a robin and a little squirrel passing by.

My favorite sound is fresh snow falling on the trees. Everything feels so peaceful!

Our driver announces: "Today, we are going to hell." I think to myself: "Boy, we really ARE in an all-terrain vehicle." A visit to Mount Hekla, Iceland's legendary volcano. February 1999, The Seattle Times. (photo from Earthcore.co)  http://community.seattletimes.nwsource.com/archive/?date=19990221&slug=2945289

the sulfur emissions from volcanoes could be the key to solving global warming.

Outdoor bathtub | National Geographic magazine

forestsouls: “ retrospectia: “ National Geographic magazine, January 1991 ” These people really took the idea of forest bathing literally, because why not?

Picture it & Write Creative Writing Prompt for September 8, 2013. Tale of Two Flukes by photocase #water #ocean #boat

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Picture it & Write Creative Writing Prompt for September Tale of Two Flukes by photocase

an itinerant poet

flasd: “ From Patterns In Nature by Peter S Stevens, Found in the Central St Martins library. All photographs are milk on a granite surface, except that (e) is glycerin, food colouring and.

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