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The Colorado River has been the misused lover of many a mining corporation and troubled politician — but beauty always has a way of gracing even the most violent and unfortunate human offenses. It’s uncomfortable and comforting and discomfiting and sort of otherworldly when it does. Here, an aerial view, from Boulder photographer Jesse Varner, of evaporation ponds at the Potash Plant near Moab, Utah. Salts are mined and pumped up from deep below the surface, and the solution is conce
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NYC. To see the statue of Liberty, to see my friend Michael James Fry, to see where my parents lived during the 50s in Manhattan, to see the Empire State building, the World Trade Center, then hurry home because I am not a city girl. Don't have any desire to live in that concrete jungle. Just want to see it real quick then LEAVE.
New York from way above
Abraham Ortelius, Islandia, 1585, From: Theatro d'el Orbe de la Tierra. Map of Iceland indicating fiords, mountain ranges, glaciers, and the erupting Hekla volcano. Included is a collection of fantastic sea monsters. Some of them are based on faulty observation or inaccurate descriptions of real creatures such as whales. It is likely that the majority derived from medieval legends, mariners' tales, or outright artistic license