A mosquito's foot at 800X magnificationpic.twitter.com/AbID5q0b8E
24m24 minutes ago
The shear and utter reckless depravity of Trump and his minions is way past shocking.
The damage they are doing to nature and the environment points to an abject hate of the natural world.
These are crimes, make no mistake.
And they threaten us all.
#naturelover https://twitter.com/Lissthesassy/status/1269243543605907456 …
14m14 minutes ago
Not speaking about German Malinois now but did
you know that dogs can detect seizures before
they occur and alert their owners? Detect cancer
and other diseases? Quite fascinating.
The name gladiolus comes from Latin word for “sword,” so named because the flowers grow up a long sword-like shaft
To the ancient Romans, gladioli represented strength of character, sincerity, and generosity
#naturelover #nature#SaturdayThoughts#flowerlore#wicca #strengthpic.twitter.com/FjrICTOEK4
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#natureunderyournose is the Instagram account of the superb mid-Atlantic-based nature photographer David Greaves.
David uses his photography to encourage people of color of all ages to explore the natural world around them. This is why he created the brand “Nature Under Your Nose” – as way to introduce people of color to nature that they can find locally where they live.
For his part, some of David’s favorite places to shoot are his own back yard, Piscataway Park, Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge, the Elk Neck State Park, Trap Pond State Park, and White Clay Creek State Park.
David was born in Washington, D.C. and grew up in the DC Metropolitan area where his love for the environment and wildlife was fostered. While growing up in Maryland, he enjoyed exploring the parks and woods near his home and searching for all types of plants and animals.
A Biologist at EPA Region 3 in Philadelphia, David says his photography was inspired by the television shows he grew up watching: PBS nature documentaries, Wild America, and NOVA.
It's always a joy to see a new #natureunderyournose photo: the wealth of mid-Atlantic nature, the beautiful angles and moments, and always with that reminder encoded in his account name to look around and see.
Photo of Double-crested Cormorants (Phalacrocorax auritus)
Elk River Park
By David Greaves #natureunderyournose
Re-posted with permission from David Greaves.
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What a great feeling to finally have guests again! Our finca has really come to live again. ♥️ You girls, and your furry friends radiated such pleasant energy. Un montón de gracias! 😘
Photo by the talented @robbielanauze