Seen P and G's Thank You Mom?...Palm Oil production is destroying the rain forests of Sumatra, this is the cost.More Like This
This looks at the bigger picture of the destruction of the Rain Forests of Sumatra
Fires continue to blanket Sumatra with haze. This image, taken on March 7, 2014, by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite, shows fires outlined in red. The fires burn in peat forests, which produce dense smoke when they burn. Fire detections from the MODIS sensors on both the Aqua and Terra satellites play a significant role in monitoring burning in Indonesia. This image shows around 400 fire detections, meaning that MODIS detected at least one fire in about 400 o
Happy Birthday Emre!!!! aka emregurten:iconemregurten: http://emregurten.deviantart.com/More Like This
Children of Balat 4
Old woman and cats 2
behind the bars 2
Red and Black
Inside Trains and StationsAs a general rule, I try to refrain from shooting inside of train stations here in Japan. Although I have popped of a few in the past, I can count on one hand, within the last year, how many shots I have taken of a stranger inside a station, let alone an actual train. Even my most popular shot, "Three's a crowd", was taken from a bridge, outside of the station.More Like This
So in saying that, welcome to my journal, Inside Trains and Stations...
Japans train system is one of the most sophisticated mazes on the planet. Considering a very large population of Tokyo's city dwellers do not own a car, commuting is done either by walking, bicycle or train. For that reason, when viewing real estate listing, you will find "distance from train station" is highlighted the same way as the domiciles actual measurements.
Each of Tokyo's larger stations are a microcosm of Japanese society, with a huge amount
A WEEK IN STREET [9/2014]Give these gems all the 's they deserve!More Like This
Been A Tad Busy Lately...First of all, thank you everyone for all the awesome comments, faves, +watch and mentions!More Like This
Will be replying to y'all asap - hopefully by tomorrow or the day after.
Secondly, a big congrats to my friend, IgorBekker on his well deserved Daily Deviation!
Also a big shout out to the insanely talented and hardworking gentleman, who prolly has more caffeine in his system than a Red Bull factory, the founder of depthRADIUS and dA admin, Ron Martino aka techgnotic , on the release of the group's cool intro video. Yaay!!
1pen , my friend, the only thing you are terrible at is, 'not' being awesome.
You just can't help it.
Your writing skills: Awesome!
Your photography: Awesome!
Your art/paintings: Awesome!
Your indomitable spirit: Awesome!
Your complete disregard for doctors' advice: WTF?!
I don't know what you feed that mind of yours, but your pertinacity... egads!
In closing I would like to say that
Seth Rogen Alzheimers Disease SpeechSeth Rogen's Opening Statement On Alzheimer's ResearchMore Like This
Published on Feb 26, 2014
Actor Seth Rogen gives his opening statement before a Senate hearing on Alzheimer's Research.
From C-SPAN3 coverage, watch the complete hearing here: http://cs.pn/1c8QeoB #EndALZ
Seth Rogen called out the 16 US Senators who walked out, or failed to turn up to, his heartfelt address on financing care for sufferers of Alzheimer’s disease before Congress in Washington yesterday.
The actor ended up making the plea to a near-empty Capitol Hill hearing, only to watch the numbers dwindle further as several politicians left before he’d finished.
Full report here: ht
Street DDs February 2014"Which pictures matter? Is it the hard won photograph, knowing, controlled, previsualised? Yes. Or are those contrived, dry and belabored? Sometimes. Is it the offhand snapshot made on a whim? For sure. Or is that just a a lucky observation, some random moment caught by chance? Maybe. Is it an intuitive expression of liquid intelligence? Exactly. Or the distillation of years of looking seeing thinking photography? Definitely." (Paul Graham)"More Like This
A short walk to the moon by mariomencacci