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ted:

These gorgeous photos show a wide-angle view of a fragile Earth. Aerial photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand doesn’t just create a pretty picture — he finds the hidden story behind the landscape. These photos, from his series, “The Earth From Above,” show the impact of climate change on the planet. 

Watch his TED Talk here »

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“Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain.”

— Jack Kerouac, The Dharma Bums 

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soakyourfeathers:

incoloure:

emoties:

datokabixler:

Yes. That is blue lava. 

actually no lmao lava can’t be blue, the blue glow is actually light from the combustion of sulphuric gases and in this exact photo it’s the sulfur dust in the soil of a hydrothermal vent igniting to form the blue-ish flames giving it the appearance of blue lava 



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soakyourfeathers:

incoloure:

emoties:

datokabixler:

Yes. That is blue lava. 

actually no lmao lava can’t be blue, the blue glow is actually light from the combustion of sulphuric gases and in this exact photo it’s the sulfur dust in the soil of a hydrothermal vent igniting to form the blue-ish flames giving it the appearance of blue lava 

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(Source: datoka-b, via water-veiled)

scotianostra:

Falls Of Unich in Glen Esk

scotianostra:

Falls Of Unich in Glen Esk

(Source: Flickr / stuant63, via fuckitandmovetobritain)

patagonia:

Ben Nevis via the CMD arete. Photo by David Boyson Cooper

patagonia:

Ben Nevis via the CMD arete. Photo by David Boyson Cooper

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