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è quando tu guardi a destra e loro arrivano a sinistra.

deatheat3r:

Kiwi Anatomy by Will McDonald
mothernaturenetwork:

This bird’s-eye view of the Cascades de Trou de Fer might be one of the most remote, spectacular sights in the world. Found on Reunion Island of the coast of Madagascar, the water plunges into an enormous green crater. In total, as many as six waterfalls feed the canyon below.The 14 most amazing waterfalls in the world

mothernaturenetwork:

This bird’s-eye view of the Cascades de Trou de Fer might be one of the most remote, spectacular sights in the world. Found on Reunion Island of the coast of Madagascar, the water plunges into an enormous green crater. In total, as many as six waterfalls feed the canyon below.
The 14 most amazing waterfalls in the world

googoogoojoob:

Scenic Railroad - Skagway, Alaska (by IronRodArt - Royce Bair)

googoogoojoob:

Scenic Railroad - Skagway, Alaska (by IronRodArt - Royce Bair)

mothernaturenetwork:

Whether it’s rising sea levels, desertification, melting glaciers or ocean acidification, climate change is rapidly altering the landscape of our planet. We may be one of the last generations to see some of the Earth’s most cherished places.
10 places to see before they vanish

mothernaturenetwork:

Whether it’s rising sea levels, desertification, melting glaciers or ocean acidification, climate change is rapidly altering the landscape of our planet. We may be one of the last generations to see some of the Earth’s most cherished places.

10 places to see before they vanish

mothernaturenetwork:

The next big thing in green: Growing a bikeThe Ajiro bamboo concept bike is nothing short of revolutionary — it uses bamboo forms that were grown in a field into the predetermined shape needed for the bike. This bike was literally grown. It’s an incredibly efficient process — all of the energy needed to form the bamboo into the desired shape was harvested and expended by the bamboo plant itself.

mothernaturenetwork:

The next big thing in green: Growing a bike
The Ajiro bamboo concept bike is nothing short of revolutionary — it uses bamboo forms that were grown in a field into the predetermined shape needed for the bike. This bike was literally grown. It’s an incredibly efficient process — all of the energy needed to form the bamboo into the desired shape was harvested and expended by the bamboo plant itself.