The beauty of our endangered earth.

This bog is about the beauty of our endangered earth.

Mount Rainier is part of the beauty of our endangered earth.
Mount Rainier

This blog is about our beautiful earth. For me this means the American earth since this is where I live and photograph.

Arches National Park
Arches National Park

This blog is about sharing my landscape photographs with anyone interested. Our pictures are free to everyone.

Glacier National Park is part of the beauty of our endangered earth.
Glacier National Park

This blog is about the fact that our beautiful earth is now being massively threatened by several related ecological disasters: global warming, massive pollution, overall environmental degradation.

The Arkansas River in Colorado
The Arkansas River in Colorado

This blog is about the threat to humans and human civilization from the environmental misuse which grows greater every day.

Dead Horse State Park in Utah is part of the beauty of our endangered earth.
Dead Horse State Park in Utah

This blog is about the politics of environmental protection.

White egret in Everglades National Park.  The Everglades are very much  a part of the beauty of our endangered earth.
White egret in Everglades National Park

This blog is about the art of landscape photography

Long's Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park
Long’s Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park

This blog is about our National Parks

Portland Head Light in Maine is part of the beauty of our endangered earth.
Portland Head Light in Maine

This blog is about our Wilderness Areas

Grinnell Glacier Trail in Glacier National Park
Grinnell Glacier Trail in Glacier National Park

All of the above images are very much a part of the beauty of our endangered earth. This is the main thing this blog is about.

This website is about the American earth and where it may be heading. I’ve been taking these photographs since the 1970s. Most of the places seen in this blog are still pretty much as they were when I took the pictures. At least on the surface. Below the surface things are unfortunately changing, millions of species are going extinct, the atmosphere is steadily warming, the oceans are warming, climate zones are moving northwards, industrial toxins are building everywhere and in some of the warmer areas a kind of scorched earth, devoid of much life is emerging . There is still hope though. There is still a chance that some of the places pictured in these pages will survive to be loved by our children and grandchildren and our great grandchildren. And maybe, if we are very, very lucky some of them will be seen by at least some of our ancestors.

The Center for Biological Diversity is fighting hard to save what is left of our beautiful endangered earth.

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