A picture is worth a thousand words

The Albian Sands Tailings Pond near Fort McMurray, Canada, shows a lot of polluted water, as well as an effigy of a peregrine falcon designed to keep migrating birds from landing in the toxic pond. Read more from this story on Canadian Oil Sands. Photo: Peter Essick

If a picture is worth a thousand words how about a couple of pictures? Millions? Thus, here are some images that will make you think of how beautiful the world is and also the reality where we live.  

First the some pictures from Peter Essik a photojournalist who has been working with National Geographic.

http://peteressick.com/environmental.html

Here are some pictures published that the guardian journal about pollution:

http://www.theguardian.com/environment/gallery/2014/apr/02/pollution-smothers-england-and-wales-in-pictures

and some about windfarms:

http://www.theguardian.com/environment/gallery/2014/may/02/the-beauty-of-windfarms-in-pictures

Edward Burtynsky is another photographer with interesting pictures.

Los Angeles, California, USA, 2003 Photo: Edward Burtynsky

Happy mother’s day and remember mother Earth.

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