for the love of green

steepravine:

Pristine River Landscape
(San Juan, California - 6/2014)

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steepravine:

Pristine River Landscape

(San Juan, California - 6/2014)

woodendreams:

(by Thomas Dawson)

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woodendreams:

(by Thomas Dawson)

steepravine:

Water Reflection Patterns On Yuba River Boulder
(San Juan, California - 6/2014)

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steepravine:

Water Reflection Patterns On Yuba River Boulder

(San Juan, California - 6/2014)

allthingseurope:

Sierakow Park, Poland (by anna.night)

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allthingseurope:

Sierakow Park, Poland (by anna.night)

fotojournalismus:

A resident walks along a railway track surrounded by trees on both sides, in Nanjing, China on June 15, 2014. (Reuters)

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fotojournalismus:

A resident walks along a railway track surrounded by trees on both sides, in Nanjing, China on June 15, 2014. (Reuters)

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cubebreaker:

Portland based photographer Mako Miyamoto’s The Emerald Forest brilliantly captures a mysterious, lush forest landscape.

steepravine:

Clear Yuba River Fishing Hole
(San Juan, California - 6/2014)

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steepravine:

Clear Yuba River Fishing Hole

(San Juan, California - 6/2014)

steepravine:

Perfect Yuba River Fishing Hole
Can you spot the bass?
(San Juan, California - 6/2014)

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steepravine:

Perfect Yuba River Fishing Hole

Can you spot the bass?

(San Juan, California - 6/2014)

rhamphotheca:

Redwood National and State Parks - California, USA
We often use the phrase “old-growth forests” when we talk about the redwoods.  These forests in our parks, like the one shown, generally have a mix of old and young redwoods, a dense understory full of ferns and other plants, plus dead and downed trees that make great habitat for wildlife. All of these parts are needed for a healthy old-growth redwood forest. While you’ll see patches of old growth in the parks, about 95% of these forests were logged in the last 150 years, making this type of forest rare indeed! Photo Credit: J. Contois

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rhamphotheca:

We often use the phrase “old-growth forests” when we talk about the redwoods.

These forests in our parks, like the one shown, generally have a mix of old and young redwoods, a dense understory full of ferns and other plants, plus dead and downed trees that make great habitat for wildlife. All of these parts are needed for a healthy old-growth redwood forest.

While you’ll see patches of old growth in the parks, about 95% of these forests were logged in the last 150 years, making this type of forest rare indeed!

Photo Credit: J. Contois

natgeofound:

Victoria Falls in Zambia.Photograph by Walter Meayers Edwards, National Geographic Creative

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natgeofound:

Victoria Falls in Zambia.Photograph by Walter Meayers Edwards, National Geographic Creative