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Photo by Vicki Rogers of the Common Vision bus on its fourth annual Fruit Tree Tour, a 20-city, 70-day tour planting over 1000 fruit trees at urban schools from San Diego to Sacramento. Traveling in veggie oil-powered caravan, 25-earth educators from Common Vision will teach students about sustainable ecology through a day long program that includes West African agricultural drumming and earth-conscious hip-hop. The goal of this annual tour is to develop working relationships with teachers…

Photo by Vicki Rogers of the Common Vision bus on its fourth annual Fruit Tree Tour, a 20-city, 70-day tour planting over 1000 fruit trees at urban schools from San Diego to Sacramento. Traveling in veggie oil-powered caravan, 25-earth educators from Common Vision will teach students about sustainable ecology through a day long program that includes West African agricultural drumming and earth-conscious hip-hop. The goal of this annual tour is to develop working relationships with teachers…

de-preciated:  Historys Reflection by Ben Canales on Flickr. Source - (http://flic.kr/p/8ajphJ) No Photoshop! Single Exposure :-)  Minor color and light adjustments made in Lightroom 2  When I got to this lake and made it through the trees to the shore of the lake and saw the stars the mountain and the Milky Way all reflecting in the lake- I know this sounds cheesy but I almost teared up. It was beautiful.  Never in my life in all my travelling in all my backpacking have I seen the Milky Way…

de-preciated: Historys Reflection by Ben Canales on Flickr. Source - (http://flic.kr/p/8ajphJ) No Photoshop! Single Exposure :-) Minor color and light adjustments made in Lightroom 2 When I got to this lake and made it through the trees to the shore of the lake and saw the stars the mountain and the Milky Way all reflecting in the lake- I know this sounds cheesy but I almost teared up. It was beautiful. Never in my life in all my travelling in all my backpacking have I seen the Milky Way…

Night Pier Fun (Daniel Cabrera Photography) Tags: ocean life camera travel winter light sea people copyright hot color tree beach colors club night digital work fence dark season lens mexico fun puerto photography lights bay pier photo cool model sand nikon flickr neon raw day shadows view place angle image outdoor geometry daniel curves rich wide perspective deep visit tourist palm nightclub professional sidewalk journey vallarta nightlife portfolio distance cabrera 2016 danielcabrera…

Night Pier Fun (Daniel Cabrera Photography) Tags: ocean life camera travel winter light sea people copyright hot color tree beach colors club night digital work fence dark season lens mexico fun puerto photography lights bay pier photo cool model sand nikon flickr neon raw day shadows view place angle image outdoor geometry daniel curves rich wide perspective deep visit tourist palm nightclub professional sidewalk journey vallarta nightlife portfolio distance cabrera 2016 danielcabrera…

Isle of Mull, Scotland  *ooh, that tree..."pardon me, just stepping over this lovely road here..."  ^_^

Isle of Mull, Scotland *ooh, that tree..."pardon me, just stepping over this lovely road here..." ^_^

The "Traffic Light Tree" is an art installation by Frenchman Pierre Vivant. It was installed in East London on a roundabout just beyond the Canary Wharf estate in 1999.

The "Traffic Light Tree" is an art installation by Frenchman Pierre Vivant. It was installed in East London on a roundabout just beyond the Canary Wharf estate in 1999.

the Hardy tree -St.Pancras London:  When the building of a nearby railway track was approved in the mid 1800's, caretakers under the leadership of Thomas Hardy (later to become a famous novelist), worked to move some of the older graves.   The graves were relocated, but little room was left for the headstones.  Rather than destroy them, they placed them in a circle around a young tree.  Over the decades, the tree grew, and now tree and headstones are indistinguishable.  photo Barbara Rich

the Hardy tree -St.Pancras London: When the building of a nearby railway track was approved in the mid 1800's, caretakers under the leadership of Thomas Hardy (later to become a famous novelist), worked to move some of the older graves. The graves were relocated, but little room was left for the headstones. Rather than destroy them, they placed them in a circle around a young tree. Over the decades, the tree grew, and now tree and headstones are indistinguishable. photo Barbara Rich

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