"… That what we have we prize not to the worth Whiles we enjoy it, but being lack'd and lost, Why, then we rack the value; then we find The virtue that possession would not show us Whiles it was ours."

William Shakespeare - Much Ado About Nothing. Act iv. Sc. 1

There is so much information and misinformation on the Environmental Imapact and Global Warming on the Internet (please take note, Mr.Tony Abbott MP), that for me to write anything about these subjects would be regurgitating what is already out there. My own personal views are well noted and my article on the subjects can be found here.

Rather, I would prefer to dedicate these pages in reverence of Our Mother Earth as a Pictorial Journey. The majority of pictures appearing on this and associated pages were taken by me, here in South Australia. If readers in other states or countries would like to contribute photographs of Natural Scenery please email them to me with details and please ensure you have watermarked you contributions.

In passing, I would like to state that beauty is all around us and in the event of floods, bush fires or other natural disasters we need to harken back to William Shakespeare's wonderful quote. Indeed, "You Never Know What You Had Until You Lose It!" to modernise the quote of the Bard.

Worship The Mother

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The Hearth

 

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