Category Archives: Nature in it’s Mysterious Ways
You can see in these photos a line running across the water, creating a seemingly darker area (closer) and a lighter area (farther away). I have no idea about what caused this and it wasn’t the only line. There were … Continue reading
Book Reviews: Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life by Barbara Kingsolver with Steven L. Hopp and Camille Kingsolver
This book, title and authors in Post Title, is absolutely amazing. It’s about a family spending one year deciding to eat nothing but local food, whether from the farmer’s market or from the farm land on the farm they move … Continue reading
So, there is thing garden plot outside my front door that used to be maintained by a woman a few doors down. She planted flowers and other plants (not vegetables or food plants) in there for years, ever since I … Continue reading
“W. scintillans is a small squid that occurs only in the waters around Japan. It is a member of the mesopelagic boundary fauna in these waters and is fished commercially with set nets. Brief diagnosis: An enoploteuthid … with large, … Continue reading
Mount Erebus, Antarctica – Photo Gallery – Pictures, More From National Geographic Magazine.
This is a real photo of a pink lake. It’s a real lake in Senegal and is caused by cyanobacteria. For more information click the link below for the post that I got this from. http://thegreenwolf.tumblr.com/post/24967312232/situated-north-of-the-cap-vert-peninsula-in