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Earth Day 2009

Today is Earth Day, a day set aside for awarenesss and appreciation of the Earth's environment, and our roles within it - this year marking the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. As a way to help appreciate and observe our environment, I've collected 40 images below, each a glimpse into some aspect of the world around us, how it affects and sustains us, and how we affect it. Happy Earth Day everyone. (40 photos total)

This view of Earth, featuring North, Central and South America was taken by the NASA probe called Messenger, while conducting a fly-by of our planet in order to pick up a gravity-assist boost on its way toward Mercury. (NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington)
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169 comments so far...

I'm always awestruck by the wonders and sublime beauty of our magnificent planet. Just astonishing, Alan. Great work.

Posted by Mr. BabyMan April 22, 09 01:19 PM

all of the pictures are good, deep, they tuched me...
favorit is #20.

greets from hungary

Posted by morrmota April 22, 09 01:31 PM

As always, an awesome collection of photographs....... A good moment to reflect on the beauty of our planet and the carelessness we sometimes treat her with. Time to make a change !

Posted by Aisling April 22, 09 01:32 PM

Amazing! Our planet is a truly wonderous place!

Posted by julietip April 22, 09 01:34 PM

Superb selection, a great combination of tragedy and achievement.

Posted by Bob Honsky April 22, 09 01:34 PM

Great shots... like usual!

I really like the last one with the wolf in the Zone of Alienation. It makes you wonder that in the end the Earth and the diversity of life will recover no matter what we will do to it. It also implies that... the humans must perish before any real recovery.

Also it is sad to see also in my home Romania, plastic bottles in lakes and rivers like in the Serbia photo. Hope we will have soon a tax to encourage the recicling of these bottles.

Posted by danezia April 22, 09 01:41 PM

Exudes all types of emotion! Great work, and thanks.

Posted by JamieD April 22, 09 01:54 PM

Very beautiful, yet very scary at the same time.

Thanks again.

Posted by Trev D. April 22, 09 02:04 PM

Ýòî äî íåâîçìîæíîñòè áîëüíî... Äàæå íå çíàþ, ÷òî äîáàâèòü. Ìíå ëè÷íî íóæíî ó ñåáÿ ñïðàøèâàòü, ÷òî ÿ ñäåëàëà ÷òî á õîòü êàê òî ïîìî÷ü?

Posted by Áðàãà Àííà April 22, 09 02:04 PM

This very broad and thought invoking collection. Some of the photos make me sad for my children's and grandchildren's futures. I truly hope that some people can change their ways before it too late for all.

Posted by Beaker April 22, 09 02:10 PM

There are many awkward sentences in the captions this time around....

Posted by joe April 22, 09 02:11 PM

#40 - Interesting how the Chernobyl disaster created an exclusion zone that is now a biological experiment that models what the ecosystem would be like without the presence of humans

Posted by Tom from Canada April 22, 09 02:18 PM

Australian hottie alert in #35!

Posted by sara April 22, 09 02:21 PM

Excellent depiction of both the natural and built world we currently live in.

Posted by Fab April 22, 09 02:26 PM


Posted by VICTOR April 22, 09 02:28 PM

#23 reminds me of wall•E. Fantastic pictures.

Posted by Kyle April 22, 09 02:29 PM

Beautiful selection, thank you.

27 is amazing, I have no idea how the photographer got that shot while 37 really sums things up.

Posted by Christopher April 22, 09 02:59 PM

Excellent photos!... Actual and beautiful. Thanks from Russia

Posted by Katerina April 22, 09 03:02 PM

I don't know if I enjoyed the close up of the metallic looking beetle or the shirtless whale-saving hunk more!

A beautiful planet with a build-up of unnecessary human plastic waste. Water should not foam.

Posted by Shelley Noble April 22, 09 03:02 PM

@ Sara at 13:

I saw him first !!! :)

Posted by RB April 22, 09 03:16 PM

excelentes fotografías!

Posted by jaguar del Platanar April 22, 09 03:31 PM

So Beautiful

Posted by Paulo Fernandes April 22, 09 03:31 PM

@13, 20, re: #35 -- Sigh. Never mind the whale that's beached or dying or whatever. "Hottie alert!"

Posted by Thom April 22, 09 03:36 PM

That guy in number 35 is SMOKING HOT. I'm just saying.

Posted by CB April 22, 09 03:49 PM

27 is the perfect shot.

Posted by Lizzie April 22, 09 03:50 PM

#25 is amazing...nature is so powerful...and human (sight)... Greetings from Mexico and Thanks!

Posted by AnaCess JP April 22, 09 03:53 PM

fav is #40 - sublime and powerful at the same time

Posted by John April 22, 09 04:03 PM

#30: This looks like the one of the worst Sisyphean jobs in the world.

Posted by kevjohn April 22, 09 04:25 PM

#20 - you elusive picture!
I've tried this in the darkest depths of Bryce and Big Bend, Texas, but nothing is close to the one here!

Posted by JD April 22, 09 04:34 PM

beutiful pics

Posted by michael April 22, 09 04:36 PM

#23 Wall.E anyone?

Posted by Itkovian April 22, 09 04:42 PM

The photos are great, but it is your editing that makes this site amazing. Thank You.

Posted by robert April 22, 09 05:06 PM

Re: no.36: Is that Wolverine?

Posted by Dude April 22, 09 05:32 PM

Nice pictures!!

Posted by Pablo April 22, 09 05:42 PM

#36 - Look out it's Freddy Krueger!!!

Posted by Mania Svelder April 22, 09 08:03 PM

just sad about Brazil... i'm from São Paulo, and it's easy to see slums taking control of parts of forests near cities, like this in Rio, or here in Sampa, near roads, highways, etc.

Anyway, i'm glad to say that brazilian part of earth still so beatiful. Great and brilliant pics. Thanks from Brazil !

Posted by Felipe April 22, 09 08:46 PM

Great photos, but what, pray tell, is a "rape seed"? Photo #2

Posted by Cristina Cassidy April 22, 09 08:47 PM

I live in front of the lagoon "Tres Pascualas" in Concepción. Photo #32
It's very sad see that picture here.

Posted by Jorge Pacheco April 22, 09 09:29 PM


Posted by CELIA April 22, 09 09:44 PM

Earth, our only home.

Posted by medaholic April 22, 09 10:01 PM

kansk!!! (^:

Posted by art April 22, 09 10:30 PM

wondrous or horrible. depending on where u live.

Posted by JoJO April 22, 09 10:38 PM

i also live in front of the lagoon..
pic# 32

the smell of that day....was amazing....

Posted by unknown April 22, 09 11:06 PM

La terre notre mère, our Mother

Posted by Daniel April 22, 09 11:11 PM

#8 - "Ferid Sinan, a 40-year-old Bosnian man, carries a bag of coal out of an illegal coal mine, where he lives and works..."

wow, guess it's not so much of a secret anymore. does the possibility not exist that this man is about to shut down quickly now by the Bosnian government? perhaps a little more ambiguity in regards to where this was might have helped the cause.

Posted by Jon April 22, 09 11:34 PM

These are amazing and touching photos. Magnificent!!

Posted by samm43 April 22, 09 11:54 PM

People should really be ashamed of what they do to our planet.
But I agree with with the Thom. Major hottie alert.

Posted by Anonymous April 23, 09 12:01 AM

Our Earth, Our Home Forever.

Posted by Sunding April 23, 09 12:25 AM

Its an eye opener...

Posted by HarshBhatnagar April 23, 09 12:39 AM

Great photos. #32 is just surreal.....

ty for posting them.

Posted by humanbeing April 23, 09 01:22 AM

Inorder to understand the importance of our mother nature and the service she offers to our mankind one should watch the 11th hour documentary...

Great pictures!Great job!

Posted by Srivatssan April 23, 09 01:27 AM

Thanks Big GLOBEus !

Posted by michael April 23, 09 01:54 AM


Mariappan N

Posted by mariappan N April 23, 09 01:55 AM

#27 awesome

Posted by Vijay, India April 23, 09 02:15 AM

comment 36: That depends on what you think is important. You could also say something like: Too bad people have to turn to the forrest due to improper sharing of wealth.

Great pictures btw and LOL to the ladies(and gents) cheering for the hottie in #35.

Posted by Edgar April 23, 09 02:21 AM

Great beuty of Mother Earth! mabuhay!

Posted by jannie mende April 23, 09 03:31 AM

I like a lot this kind of pictures! they are amaizing!! so can we share solutions or propose creative ones for this topic??
thank you all!!

Posted by Gerardo Dasyel Mendoza Capetillo April 23, 09 03:48 AM

Absolutely AWESOME, Nothing but Stunning again!!!!
I didn't see no whale pic though............. :)
I love living here in Western Australia...!

Posted by Karen from Western Australia April 23, 09 03:50 AM

Super collection. Lots of contrast in the sense that some pictures depict the damage done by humans, while other depict the human effort to preserve the nature.

Posted by Akhil Tandulwadikar April 23, 09 04:16 AM

Love all of your pictures. So sad to see the plastic bottles, on the river coast in Belgrade. Similar in my country Macedonia.

Posted by Anica April 23, 09 04:21 AM

okay, so canola oil is a by product of rape? That doesn't cound like a healthy product at all.

And medaholic, (comment 40)
Speak for yourself.

Posted by Beeblebrox April 23, 09 04:23 AM

Wow,wonderful images i never see before!

Thanks for sharing,man!


Posted by visalittleboy April 23, 09 04:29 AM

Beautiful photos & insightfull messages, Tnx. What about adding one of the Monarca Butterflies (in Michoacán, México)??

Posted by Cristina H. Zermeño April 23, 09 04:47 AM

@picture 37 : This pile of glass looks not very "earth day" but in reality this is done to let bacteria 'clean' the glass from all left-overs. By this they don't have to use precious water which otherwise would be needed to clean the glass. After a few weeks the bacteria did their work and the glass can be recycled.

Posted by Marcel April 23, 09 04:50 AM

JUST WOW .....

Posted by Anne Teubert April 23, 09 04:56 AM

Number 36: Thermokipio agreliwn!! (Cypriots will understand:)
Great pics all the way, thanx.

Posted by Constantinos April 23, 09 05:19 AM

Simply awesome.

Posted by Mark Essel April 23, 09 05:37 AM

I wish I could be there and see these with my own eyes... I love the volcanos especially

Posted by Ghanashyam Master April 23, 09 06:02 AM

Where World GO?

Posted by Slavko April 23, 09 07:44 AM

Merveilleux, contrastes très fort.

Posted by lou April 23, 09 10:05 AM

thats it. I'm moving to australia and making like a beached whale.

LOVE the pictures. always.

Posted by Anna April 23, 09 11:04 AM

What the hell are you guys talking about. There is so much pollution and crap going on in the world. Not many people care or are doing anything about it. All you guys are focusing on are the good pictures. You guys are the reason the world is so polluted. "Amazing! Our planet is a truly wonderous place! " Umm...OK. Oil spills, polluted waters, droughts, Excellent!

Posted by Cesar April 23, 09 11:59 AM

Amazing shots!

Posted by Courtney April 23, 09 12:00 PM

@23...I felt the same as the others about the Aussie hunk in #35, but I think there is more to it. These photos can in part be viewed as an exhibit of nature's splendor, and a gorgeous, shirtless Australian who is in the process of helping save the life of another of Earth's creatures is a prime example of the beauty -- inner and outer -- that exists on this planet.

Posted by Em April 23, 09 12:13 PM

Gorgeous images. Thank you!

Posted by Leigh Spencer April 23, 09 12:19 PM

Truely breath taking work. You forget how beautiful, dangerous and vulnerable the world can be!

Amazing. Its hard to pick which are my favourites!

Posted by chris snook April 23, 09 12:21 PM

Realmente heredamos un hermoso planeta...... creado de manera impresionante perfecta y nuestra presencia en esta tierra lo afecta; a lo mejor unos cuantos corazones perversos y malos no lo afectamos; pero realmente somos muchos corazones perversos y malos..... ¿quien podria cambiar este crazón perverso y malo en uno bueno?..... o ¿seria necesario no tener cuerpo para no hacerle daño, a este precioso planeta?....... creo que alguien ya hace mucho, mucho tiempo así lo entendio y quiso que lo entendieramos pero lo hemos entendido...... ¿ó sí?.

Posted by Adán Ruiz Siller April 23, 09 02:35 PM

splendid pictures
i never get tired of coming back and watch your collections

Posted by herrpedro April 23, 09 04:09 PM

Amazing stories through pictures! Thanks!

Posted by kp April 23, 09 04:18 PM

Nice to see trained people helping amphibians, mammals, etc.
The world needs scientists to invent new processes decomposing or recycling waste materials. Not just that government should take some serious steps to implement the same.
Corporate world should add "nature responsibilty" as one of its yearly goals.
Thanks to Dell, Wipro, etc taking steps on this.

Pollution is nothing but an/a ill/side effect of industrialization.

Posted by Sunil April 23, 09 04:21 PM

Wow, you have a great talent with the camera. Makes everything so beautiful - thanks for sharing this with us.

Posted by Lauren April 23, 09 04:56 PM

Spectacular selection!

Posted by Pedro April 23, 09 05:08 PM


Posted by André April 23, 09 05:18 PM

Simply amazing pics of our only home planet!!

Posted by wadi April 23, 09 07:50 PM

Those photoes give me my memory back, last year there was an exhibition in Darling Harbour, Sydney.
There always show a lot of photo from different part of the globe.

Posted by H.S. Lau April 23, 09 08:14 PM

Es un documento para guardar, para recordar, y tratar de mejorar, cada uno desde su lugar, Elina, desde Rosario, Argentina

Posted by elina maria April 23, 09 09:06 PM

Grand hommage à la terre

#36 particulièrement lumineuse BRAVO

Posted by Marie April 23, 09 09:38 PM

Wonderful! ...and very touching...
Great work, as always!!

Posted by Romain (France) April 23, 09 11:05 PM

"Ferid Sinan, a 40-year-old Bosnian man, carries a bag of coal out of an illegal coal mine, where he lives and works, near the central Bosnian town of Kakanj,30 kms north of Sarajevo, on Friday, March 13, 2009 . Sinan lives and works in the improvised mine which he dug himself, collecting low quality coal with his hands and primitive tools to make a living earning less than 5 euros per bag."

Gee.... What a way to rat the poor man out. I'm with #45 Jon. A little less info would be better...

Posted by Hero April 24, 09 12:08 AM

The earth is beautiful, but man made a mess of it. These photo's are superb.

Posted by Ronald April 24, 09 03:37 AM

Thank you for such nice photographs. Hope these will act as an eye-opener to all those who are destroying our earth

Posted by dotcompals April 24, 09 03:42 AM

really horibble,,,, heart touching pics,,, hats of to those who u hav collected these,,

Posted by Rakesh.A April 24, 09 04:18 AM

#40 says it all. Taking it to the extreme, one can say that Earth needs to be cured from the human disease in order to get back its beauty and balance.

If we indeed are are the superior species on Earth, we have to stop anthropocentrism and accept the fact that there should not be 10 billion people on Earth if we want to share if with the other species. Unless we limit our population, one day we won't have anything else to observe, enjoy... and eat than ourselves.

Posted by Titon April 24, 09 06:20 AM

I never usually comment, but I am always amazed by your pictures. Great job

Posted by blairio April 24, 09 06:24 AM

Beautiful pictures as always!

Posted by Lanceloot (Belgium) April 24, 09 06:31 AM

Awesome planet pictured marvellously :)
Thanks again, Big Pic!

Posted by Galina April 24, 09 08:13 AM

great work

Posted by afsha April 24, 09 09:06 AM

sobering and thought provoking; not at all the collection of landscapes, lightning bolts, etc that I expected to see. This truly underscores the need for Earth Day, and every other effort we can make to raise awareness, educate, reevaluate our alternatives, and reverse the damage we have caused to the Mother

Posted by Skyfeather April 24, 09 10:12 AM

What amazing and emotional pictures, thank you for sharing them. I will be sharing these with my students as we embark on an environmental studies/ awareness unit at school.

Posted by Sarah April 24, 09 10:35 AM

Everyone says they love the Earth and all the plants and animals on it, but very few are actually willing to give up even a modicum of comfort or convenience to protect it. On the bright side, the Earth will continue on long after mankind has gone the way of the dinosaurs.

Posted by Jimbo April 24, 09 10:43 AM

Great Photos an Information.

Just absolutely Amazing!!!!

Posted by jamey April 24, 09 12:16 PM

i kakanj hagen :)

Posted by mirza April 24, 09 12:52 PM

I Enjoyed This Indonesian Kid Looks Like My Friend :)

Posted by Jose Martinez April 24, 09 02:51 PM

Nice work! Every Images has its own feelings

Posted by Saleban April 24, 09 03:03 PM


Posted by Bonnie Forsyth April 24, 09 04:52 PM

seems to be that America is a pretty clean country. Most of the garbage is from other areas

Posted by Pat April 24, 09 05:19 PM

I love the pics

Posted by haily April 24, 09 11:31 PM

EXELENTES FOTOGRAFIAS OJALA ALGUN DIA APRECIEMOS DE LO QUE TENEMOS EN EL english: exelent fotographics, maybe hope someday we're apreciate of wich we have the world.

Posted by DIEGO April 25, 09 01:00 AM

greats fotos maybe we have learn this world

Posted by diego April 25, 09 01:04 AM

Me gustaron las fotos tremendas....

Posted by Jose April 25, 09 01:13 AM

Save The Earth!

Posted by Adam Sundana April 25, 09 01:30 AM

From photo 16 - "A westward dash to power electricity-hungry cities by cashing in on the Mojave's most abundant resource - sunshine - is clashing with efforts to protect species like the tiny pupfish and desert tortoise."

This is why "environmentalists" will never have my support or respect. You can't even put up solar panels in the middle of the freaking desert without "environmentalists" crying foul.

Posted by Ken April 25, 09 01:55 AM

The pictures are truely spectacular, honest...
We think of it as somebody else chore to help fight pollution... not true
It is very easy to start at home with recycling, using bathwater to water the plants,
"cant be bothered" can not be a part of our vocabulary any more.

Posted by DEBI April 25, 09 04:53 AM

La grandeza de Dios es espectacular, que pena que muchas personas, no sepan apreciarla. Las preguntas sin respuestas, en su debido tiempo se daran a conocer. Mientras, debemos hacer lo posible por proteger lo que nos queda para las futauras generaciones, eso se llama desarrollo sustentable.

Posted by Anonymous April 25, 09 10:19 AM

Awesome in every inpossible way... .
Pictures speak more than a thousand words........

Thank you for spreading those important words. Not much time is left to save this unique place we all call Earth/home. The only place we humans can actually live on/in....

Posted by els langeslag April 25, 09 12:39 PM

This is really interesting

Posted by Anonymous April 25, 09 01:41 PM

What have you learn from these photos beside saying great.

Posted by fjinnw April 25, 09 02:47 PM


Posted by leandro givisiez April 25, 09 09:44 PM

Great work!I must say.

Posted by wang jun April 25, 09 09:44 PM

belle foto!

Posted by Adelaide April 25, 09 10:32 PM

I think that this site is wonderful

Posted by Jorden April 26, 09 01:54 AM

wow wonderful, amazing, more pic.. save the earth.
good. ....

Posted by babylyn abasula April 26, 09 03:47 AM


Posted by taufik April 26, 09 05:05 AM

OK, I no klonger drink from plastic bottles. I bought a filtered water pitcher and two fo the travel bottles to refill and reuse. It is a crime that we are so ignorant when it comes to this planet. Shame on all of us for our indifference.

Posted by Carolyn April 26, 09 09:32 AM

What a fantastic but mind boggling pictures . Lets stop now disturbing mother Earth. Thanks for nice collection.

Posted by Mohan Chnadra Pargaien April 26, 09 10:26 AM

lets hope this enlightens us all- to treasure what we have, & protect our 'homes' people, creatures & environment , for safety & longevity.

Posted by J. Chase April 26, 09 06:28 PM

Nature makes no mistakes, what ever happens, what ever we do as a species what ever thought or action however selfish , loving, desctructive or caring. Our destruction or longentivity is up to us. What ever happens weather it be good or bad, it was what nature intended to happen

Posted by The Therapist April 26, 09 11:39 PM

Mmmmmm .... BAT! Gotta get me some of dat .... #27 .... awesome ....

Posted by Vasiliki April 26, 09 11:59 PM

Awesome pictures! thanks

Posted by Juddzz April 27, 09 02:57 AM

Thanks for very beautiful pictures

Posted by shabnam April 27, 09 09:18 AM

THese pics are so cool!!

Just remember DO NOT LITTER!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by sarah April 27, 09 07:08 PM

very nice

Posted by reza April 27, 09 11:49 PM


Posted by Anonymous April 28, 09 05:56 AM

so great !!!!

Posted by asad April 28, 09 08:46 AM

excellent pictures! hats off to the photographers!!

Posted by Raj Tej April 29, 09 12:44 AM

very beautiful pictures...The Supreme Reality of Our Time is…the Vulnerability of our Planet . John F. Kennedy

Posted by raluca April 29, 09 08:10 AM

Nature makes no mistakes, what ever happens, what ever we do as a species what ever thought or action however selfish , loving, desctructive or caring. Our destruction or longentivity is up to us. What ever happens weather it be good or bad, it was what nature intended to happen HATS OFF TO RAJ FOR COOL COMMENT!!

Posted by Raj Tej April 30, 09 05:30 AM

Thank you for showing us the other side of the world,the beauty and the hard side of life of others. It is really a eye opener. Keep up the work.

Posted by Bern April 30, 09 12:57 PM

Thank you from my heart for giving me this opportunity to know such things in the world which I least know it for the past 23 years

Posted by Francis Xavier May 2, 09 08:13 AM

I feel high honor for my internship project - green related!

Posted by Wang Gaoke May 3, 09 08:45 AM

Number 4, so beautiful

Posted by miranda Miller age 10 May 4, 09 04:03 PM

Please people, stop making a mess!
My Planet rocks!

Posted by Chris From The Netherlands May 5, 09 01:09 PM

Lol @ Raj Tej.

And he's right. We are the Planet and the Planet is us. When we kill the Planet we'll kill ourselves. The NativeAmericans also told me and taught me a lot.

Posted by Chris From The Netherlands May 5, 09 02:36 PM

atleast one should be aware of this , what is happening on our beutyful earth

Posted by neelu May 12, 09 04:33 AM


Posted by jsdd May 13, 09 03:16 PM

it is really amazing pics.i heartly thanks

Posted by sanju May 15, 09 12:15 PM

I like to see the failure of developed countries of the convensión Tokyo, not only to underdeveloped countries

Posted by Juan Vicente ( Venezuela ) May 15, 09 01:43 PM

Everyone, everywhere should do what they can individually and corporately to reduce, re-use, recycle and not litter. Each of us need to take responsibility.

Be at peace with the world... Are you doing your part moment by moment?

Posted by Ann Sparks May 17, 09 03:02 AM

Amazing photos - stunning eye candy!

Posted by Shirley Murray May 17, 09 06:47 AM

wow , good job , i think picture number 23 has more meaning for earth day

Posted by nazmi May 19, 09 01:31 AM

keep it going great photos

Posted by khalid May 20, 09 03:21 PM

when we will start thinking seriously to save this earth.

Posted by Dr.Mohit K. Tiwari May 22, 09 02:06 PM

I have never seen these pics before!Crazy pics.

Posted by xu May 25, 09 11:15 AM

Awesome !!!
Havent seen such a great collection !!

Posted by Krishnachandran U May 26, 09 10:11 PM

Earth is such a beautiful planet. Let's help it out a bit

Posted by Tanzie May 27, 09 11:13 AM

heeeey guys!! ;)
,my friend is that hawk!! :)

Posted by leah June 1, 09 09:07 AM

wickedddddd sick

Posted by Monique Webbstah June 3, 09 10:32 AM

we have a wonderful world don,t end it now

Posted by Anonymous June 10, 09 10:24 PM

I loved all of these pics they were beautiful (some of them)

Posted by whitney b. July 4, 09 07:18 PM

what a nice picture, now Im aware, all about the destruction of the global warming.thank you.,I learn a lot base of what i have seen in the picture.

Posted by Raz Geverola July 16, 09 08:45 AM

They 're so amazing!!!

Posted by Anonymous August 1, 09 04:32 AM

good work

Posted by harish October 17, 09 01:47 AM


Posted by t October 26, 09 07:27 PM

Very very good pictures. Our earth needs urgent help

Posted by Jean-Claude Rappe November 15, 09 06:20 PM

Thank for such nice photographs # 20 is juz marvellous.Hope these will act as an eye-opener to all those who are destroying our beautiful earth.

Posted by manali December 9, 09 05:23 AM

i like the pictures

Posted by karali July 24, 10 06:21 AM

beautiful pictures! I love them all. Thank you.

Posted by Unmi Chung December 3, 10 06:16 PM

quote: "What the hell are you guys talking about. There is so much pollution and crap going on in the world. Not many people care or are doing anything about it. All you guys are focusing on are the good pictures. You guys are the reason the world is so polluted. "Amazing! Our planet is a truly wonderous place! " Umm...OK. Oil spills, polluted waters, droughts, Excellent!"

Posted by andy December 4, 10 12:13 PM

this is a lot of stuff and help

Posted by Taiya Dillard May 2, 11 05:54 PM
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