“Rocks and minerals: the oldest storytellers.”
― A.D. Posey
I’ve always been fascinated by rock formations. There is a story there if you pause to notice…..
A drought in New Mexico?
An uplift of an inland sea?
The land that we now know as Ireland once lay below a vast sea that covered the earth. The ancient seabed filled with layers of dead sea creatures metamorphosed into
limestone. Over a process of millions of years, the land was uplifted forming hills and mountains. A series of ice ages further changed the landscape by sculpting out fjords and leaving valleys and lakes in their wake. The Burren in Western Ireland is a perfect place to explore these ancient processes.
Writer. Blogger. Chipmunk enthusiast.
Sydney Marine Life, Marine Biology, Snorkelling, Freediving, Scuba Diving
User-generated ratings for ethical consumerism
An exploration of Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music
Conversations On Creativity
Longing for "the endless immensity of the sea"
Climbing, Outdoors, Life!
Affordable | Accessible | Effective
Birding Oregon and California, nature and outdoors
Poetry From the Heart!
Wildlife welfare, environmental conservation and animal rights
Sustainable Living for a Healthy Planet
Sharing the ephemeral joy of the moment
joy, happiness, travel, adventure, gratitude
Stop here and see if there's something to help you get things untangled.
Settling in the Northwest like the old days. But not.
An Artist Who Writes
a poetry blog & online home to the work of José Angel Araguz