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This is how it happens.


Mountains of used tires lay on a dump in the countryside on September 24, 2014 in Sesena Nuevo, near Madrid, Spain. The used tires dump site in Sesena is a major environmental problem and was declared illegal back in 2003. It currently stores over 75.000 tons of tires.

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UN Climate Summit Poem “Dear Matafele Peinem”

This lady read this out at the UN. Love it.

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Alternative Energy Revolution


Alternative Energy Revolution

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Wind power.

Wind power

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So What If It’s Ugly? It Just Keeps On Going …


It is the last remaining plant in its genus, the last in its family, the last in its order. “No other organism on earth can lay such a claim to being ‘one of its kind,’ ” writes biologist Richard Fortey.

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An example of human created ecosystem by accident. Is it an accident?

These sundew plants are growing on an old dock in the very end of dog cove. An example of human created ecosystem by accident. Is it an accident? Or are we less than we think they are, part of the planet as worms and snails are?

Meat-Eating Plants Getting “Full” On Pollution

Carnivorous plants in nitrogen-rich bogs eat fewer bugs, new study says.

A dead mosquito rests on a roundleaf sundew plant. PHOTOGRAPH BY JOEL SARTORE, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

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Images of Change

Fascinating photos.

Fire, Australia Wyperfeld National Park in southeastern Australia contains native shrubland (the Australian “bush”) that appears dark red in these images. Fires occur in the park almost every year. They leave huge scars of bright, bared earth that quickly regrows. A stark change is visible here from unburned bush in 1975 to huge burn scars in the later images.

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Patterns in the universe; macrocosm or microcosm?

Two Generations of Windblown Sediments on Mars his colorful scene is situated in the Noctis Labyrinthus region of Mars, perched high on the Tharsis rise in the upper reaches of the Valles Marineris canyon system. www.nasa.gov

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Because there is no “out”.

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Solo Exhibit at the Customs House

May-July 2016 I will create a solo exhibit from the concept of Wetland Mitigation, at Customs House Museum, Clarksville, TN.

Evening Wetlands

Evening Wetlands

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Green: The Color and the Cause

This exhibit opens this weekend in Washington, Dc. I have a piece, Dry Pitcher, in it. If you are near the area, I wish you would go! I dont think I will be able to make it there.

GWU Textile Museum

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Exhibition at Nelson Fine Arts opening this Friday, First Friday! Be there!


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