“I believe that our daily food choices are some of the most impactful choices we make when it comes to ethical and sustainable living.” Sasha Swerdloff’s blog showcases fresh, seasonal recipes and gorgeous food photography.
Nature in the broadest sense, is the natural, physical, or material world or universe. “Nature” can refer to the phenomena of the physical world, and also to life in general. The study of nature is a large part of science. Although humans are part of nature, human activity is often understood as a separate category from other natural phenomena.For example the physical landscape,animals,flowers,the waterfalls,the different seasons.
if there`s anywhere i would love to send a calm vacation away from all the noise in the city, the dusty atmosphere that is polluted by the car gas,industries that produce all kinds of products;a rest in the mountains across a waterfall would do for me…
to be continued…
Endless rows of tulips color the landscape at Keukenhof, a garden just outside of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
“I dreamt that a man with purple skin, a long tail, with an egg balancing on his head, came to my room, held my hand and walked me outside, where we played all night long.” Kiprop Kimutai recalls an imaginary friend.
Photography, nature, and thought intersect at the blog of Michael Bizeau and Christine Schultheis. Enthusiasts of wildlife, landscapes, and birds will enjoy these images that capture moments in the wilderness.
Urban sketcher Hugo Costa posts a fresh drawing each day — a habit he’s kept up since October 2010. Here, he sketches Calle de la Paz in Valencia, Spain.
Rachel Moss, University of Oxford lecturer on medieval history, reflects on women whose identities as “mum” get buried in the historical and literary record.