~ Weekly Photo Challenge – Earth ~

This photo is of a poster we purchased in 1970, from the Whole Earth Catalog. I had it mounted on hardboard and framed. It remains an awe-inspiring vision to me.

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Earth Rising Over Moon

This shot was taken from an airplane above the fertile agricultural fields of the Palouse, in southeast Washington State.

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Earth is in a continual state of growing, decaying and regenerating.

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One of my raised garden beds ready for me to plant tomatoes and basil when the soil is warm enough!

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Walla Walla Sweet Onions

Earth

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21 Responses to ~ Weekly Photo Challenge – Earth ~

  1. Olga says:

    Wonderful post, Lindy. It shows your longstanding love for the Earth and nature. As a photography nerd, I loved your fungi image. 🙂

  2. Lake Writer says:

    That series of photos is absolutely beautiful, especially the mushrooms (toadstools?) I especially like the Whole Earth Catalogue pic because I had that poster also, and carried it with me for many, many years. Lost it somewhere along the way so it was lovely to see it cherished again.

  3. Love your post – views from the macro to the micro level. Very nice!!

  4. Just lovely! You are my type of photographer!
    Sol http://wp.me/p6jveM-yJ

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  6. Tina Schell says:

    Love your opening shot Lindy – wondered how the heck you captured it until I read your full post! Nicely done.

  7. Vicky says:

    Lovely! Your post encompasses Earth!

  8. Lindy Le Coq says:

    Thank you, Vicky! I must say I’ve been a nature lover all my life.

  9. Lindy, what a lovely set of photos for this challenge. The first one is stunning, but the others are wonderful as well. I love taking photos of mushrooms, too, and your waiting garden looks great.

    janet

    • Lindy Le Coq says:

      Hi Janet! Thanks for your compliments — and for being a good role model about it’s OK to skip a day or two when you have other, more important fish to fry!!

      • Lindy, I’m only partly a good example. I’ll have posts scheduled, but I just won’t be online much during the trip. Thanks, though. It’s kind of nice to take a break, even a partial one. 🙂

  10. quarksire says:

    luv dose shrooms, but i don’t thimk they are da edible kind 🙂
    ya know; scientists say {botanists do} that the myocillin spores of mushies
    is auctually one of the largest living organisms on the planet stretching for miles upon miles the same plant; an prehistoric mushrooms were up to 7 feet tall. amazing, an terrance mckenna says the mushroom is the oldest living animal spirit on the eart ; believe it er not ; cool post here .take care happy spring dayZ 2 U frum da Q

    • Lindy Le Coq says:

      Thanks for dropping in with a comment, Q! Mushrooms, like amphibians, are a mark of our planet’s health. Love learning that they are among the oldest spirits of our sweet little planet — earth!

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