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hole in the rock and Earth day; believe it or not

Photography Landscape posted on Apr 26, 2009
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Description here is a link to a web site and here is another link too I missed Earth day so I late and here is why not to believe in what they saying about the earth. All they wish is to control everone and take they money too. They also not liveing what they saying. shame on them. I do belive we need to watch out what we doing like putting mercey into the water. that not good. things like that yes we need to stop and the most part we did stop but now we need to ware that gas mask that someone say we need in 1970 so we can clean up that merecy light bulb that Al Gore is makeing every one to buy. lol Thanks for looking and reading and comments too. oh this is the same hole as was yesterday just tooken at a diff place

Comments (52)



2:58PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

fantastic landscape and photo!!!!!!



3:02PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Fantastic place and fantastic capture, Jock!!!



3:02PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Wonderful image! :)



3:07PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

the sky has a haze to it . We find out later on it was a dust storm



3:14PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Hi my friend, until I live here in Europe, I know instinctively that there is something going on! Will have a look to the posted link as well! You made a great shot, hug's Ute +)



3:27PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

great site. I remember all that ice age fear mongering. I was kind of disappointed as a kid that it didn't pan out. Great image too.



3:44PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Outstanding photo Jock!!



3:55PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

SPLENDID shot Jocko of an unbelievable site a bit far away your precedent picture !



4:02PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Fantastic shot, Jocko!!



4:19PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Fantastic shot, once again, Jock. Regarding the global warming factor, the Earth has gone thru many cycles throughout its 4 billion years of existence. Warming and cold. Have we contributed to the greenhouse gasses in the past 100 years, most definitely. But, we may just be about to come into contact with one of those normal returning cycles. BTW, global warming is the beginning of a next ice age!!!



4:27PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Nice scenic Jock



4:33PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Excellent Earth Day image, Jock! Amazing variations of colors. We camped overlooking the Red River Valley, right were it comes into the Rio Grande, in NM this past week. There is an eight mile stretch there, where nothing can grow. Not trout, not insects or even bacteria. We pay for it. Twice. Ten times. The big businesses don't. Ever. MOLYCORP MOLYBDENUM MINE, New Mexico • Current operations began in 1964 as an open pit mine; Molycorp is now mining underground. Over 100 tailings slurry spills into the Red River were documented in a five-year period. • As a result of acid mine drainage and heavy metal contamination leaching from the mine, at least eight miles of the Red River downstream of the mine are biologically dead. This portion of the Red River once was habitat to a blueribbon trout fishery.



4:34PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Fantastic capture, Jock. Love the motif. That's a most fascinating and very beautiful landscape. There are a lot of motion in this terrain.+5


4:42PM | Sun, 26 April 2009 That's Predatory Capitalism for you, Monsieur Jacqueau. No wonder the turtles have such large breasts. Bon appetit.



4:42PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

even after seeing this first hand, I am still in awe seeing it again



4:54PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Excelent rocky valley with great tones and texture. I am glad you went on this trip you brought back great pictures.



5:35PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Another fantastic view Jock!



5:36PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

I adore this one..Outstanding! :)



5:52PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Awesome image!!!5*:)



5:56PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Nice shot and thanks for the link. It never ceases to amazing what types of predictions we put upon ourselves.


6:09PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

This is so outstanding... I love the stories in places like this. So much can be learned, so much can be seen... A great place to visit but too dang hot for me! LOL I have to agree with you on the earth day stuff. Evolution of the earth is seen in places like this and we need to remember that no matter what we do, we might only slow it down a bit, but mothe nature will have her way in the end.



6:11PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

fine shot!



6:21PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Wonderful shot and great information



6:24PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Beautiful land Jocko!



7:08PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Egad, just check out the stratification on the foreground rock and/or slate formations. Terrific DOF in this cool, cool capture, Jock! I don't know about Earth Day, but this resembles a scene from the surface of Mars. Taking fotos looking out the visor of a spacesuit helmet.



7:43PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Good deal putting the redbeds in the foreground of this pic.



8:22PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

fantastic foto.



8:39PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Impressive place and fantastic photo my friend....!!!



9:34PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

We cut down a tree at the school on earth day, I never knew it was earth day till teh little girl told us it was. haha......We said she was gettig a new playground, so she was ok with it.



10:41PM | Sun, 26 April 2009

Beautiful view!!

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