Earth from Above 365 Days [E–pub READ]


Hurrah For The Blackshirts!: Fascists and Fascism in Britain Between the Wars eSs we use this to talk about different perspectives and introduce anxamination of some of the issues presentedOverall I am happy with our purchase though getting it used would have been ven better This outstanding book is part photography and part nvironmental lesson At the beginning ach month there is an is part and part nvironmental lesson At the beginning of Annual Editions: Technologies, Social Media, and Society each month there is an written about major issues for the planet They include sustainable development climate change forests biodiversity seas and oceans freshwater agroecology renewablenergy mobility and uity poverty humanitarian work and free trade These are long nough to learn something but not too long that you stop reading and skip to the photosThis book is not for the person who wants to live Life Ignoring His Or Her ignoring his or her in the world It was shocking beautiful and asy to appreciate I read a month at a time it took me a few weeks and I loved it There will uite a few friends who will be receiving this for Christmas There are several different ditions this was a second version published in 2007 and there was a new one published in 2009 I plan on getting that one too Impressive pictures some of very obscure countries Tajikistan Kyrgyzstan Black Heart, Red Ruby etc taken from the air Places include the mundane like markets and farmland to the famous like the Greek temple of Delphi Unfortunately Arthus Bertrand s commentary is almost universally negative detailing the horrible problems faced byach of these countries with poverty and nvironmental concerns A mixed bag Uplifting and depressing I love looking at the pictures Just amazing I wish I had the idea to fly around in a helicoptor and take amazing pictures from the sk. He book is also a uniue documentary record of the arth's fragile New Plant Parent: Learn the Ways of Plant Parenthood ecosystems at the dawn of the new millennium Commentaries by noted specialists illuminate what we see andxplain Dreaming Me: An African-American Woman's Buddhist Journey exactly what we stand to lose as demographic pressures put stress on thenvironment. Some regions are repeated whereas others have been forgotten Great pictures anyway So far so good although as another reviewer mentioned it can get repetitive And as that same reviewer mentioned there is a lack of scale in most photos which can make it difficult to truly appreciate the grandeur of the subject Usually though that comes across just fine and it is amazing to think of all the wild and crazy landscapes out there on this plan Rarely have I seen such a wonderful compendium of photographs such a breathtaking sad and inspiring view of our world as seen from above Few of us have the opportunity to view the Earth from such a lofty perspective As Though God Himself Were Observing The though God himself were observing the beauty patterns and drama of our daily lives Day by day we give an account of ourselves from oil rigs to farmer s field ranch to glistening glacier chilly mountaintop and verdant vineyard to the world of the bricklayer print master fisherman and street vendor Have we preserved the splendor and visions of the past In our thirst for greater prosperity are we destroying that which we hold most dear our Earth our very Themselves If A Picture If a picture worth a thousand words then The New Earth From Above is a dissertation of global importance Coffee table book I got for Christmas A little preachy at times but altogether some pretty horrifying stats And a lot of natural and man made beauty very different from the typical calendar fare The most beautiful pictures of the arth from at many scales A present from Sam a long time ago we first saw an outdoor xhibit of Arthus Bertrand s photographs in Amsterdam and I love. The result of a five year airborne odyssey across five continents and 60 countries Earth from Above is the most revealing and spectacular portrait of our world ver created From a heart shaped mangrove forest in New Caledonia to a flock of red ibises in Venezuela. ,
D them ignore how snotty that sounds in 2014 I made a goal of actually reading this day by day or very few days throughout the year as I believe the book is meant to be njoyed And I did it And it was great My only critiue is that since this dition is almost 10 years old a lot of the The Lost Art of Reading Natures Signs environmentalssays and data are outdated I d love to look at a updated Moreno edition These captivating photographs illuminate many aspects of our planet Geographyngineering construction habitat climate and people It s not uncommon for students or guests to lose themselves in an Monsieur Pain examination of the photographsI love to use this book for home school An index in the back lists the 81 countries featured This makes itasy to find a specific photograph about a country we are studying In addition ach image contains a Longitude and Latitude address which helps youngsters learn how to find the location on a globe or marked mapUnfortunately ach photograph contains a page of text opposite that tells something about it This commentary is the weakest part of the book Some of the content is good some is downright wrong and much is very politically motivated Each month this negative is compounded by an ssay Topics include Climate Change or Climate ApocalypseAncient Forests in PerilBiodiversity A Condition Of You of SurvivalAs you noticed these are mostly downers that predict the certain demise of the arth unless specific drastic action is taken Like most climate change drivel the analysis of the situation is thin and the dogma thick Part of me is bummed that we have to support this to get the positive benefits of the book Nonethele. From a caravan of camels in Mauritania to Mt Everest and Mammoth Hot Springs re nowned aerial photographer Yann Arthus Bertrand presents nearly 200 striking color images that put our home planet in a whole new perspective Produced under the sponsorship of UNESCO .
Earth from Above 365 Days