Happy 2014! My regular posting schedule returns next week.
After exploring light and nature, the next logical thought is that big, glowing object in our daytime sky.
Humans once thought Earth as the center of the universe … that is everything revolved around our pale blue dot in the dark sky. Although some still believe that, most of us have bought into the fact that our sun is the center point of our solar system.
In some ways, the sun starts our day, then ends our day … although we don’t set the clock that way. It’s the foundation of biological life on our planet, and has served as a source of inspiration from some.
The sun puts on quite a show. Thanks to the dedicated personal at NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, we are able to observe the sun’s beauty through different wavelengths. Also, thanks to Jim who made me aware of this video.
What are your thoughts about the sun and/or the video?
Nature is home to countless wonders, there’s time for one more. For all living things, reproduction is about the continuation of the species – and this also true for plants. Enjoy this exploration of the pollination world with fabulous slow-motion photography. Sharing your thoughts after viewing.
This is episode 4 of this holiday’s Exploring series. With yesterday’s focus on light, there is a logical connection between light and nature. After all, light is the foundation for life as we know it on Earth … and nature is the center stage for each of our lives.
Nature is all around us. We interact with it, sense it, we explore it, and even ignore it. Thankfully, not everyone chooses to ignore it. As a matter of fact, they share what they’ve learned with anyone who is willing to learn.
Nature is a fascinating place and even linked to numbers. After watching this video, share your thoughts in the comments. Do you have a favorite pattern in nature?
Earth and the universe provide countless wonders. I uncovered flashbacks so you can enjoy some of the grandness around us. Enjoy, visit as many as you want, and I hope you comment on the post you visited.
Yesterday we viewed the skies of the Oregon desert. Yet, the sky is the where we find one of the fastest animals – the peregrine falcon whose aerial high-speed maneuvers are well documented.
Today’s journey is back to the skies with two short videos on the peregrine falcon: the first about its flight and stoop, and the second with an attached camera. Enjoy this journey on nature’s top gun of flight.
About the Falcon
From the Falcon