Wednesday, June 30, 2010


rainbow and trannon windfarm
I followed a comment at Climate Progress to the website of a wonderful photographer in Wales, John Mason, whose work can be seen here. I love his pictures because often they are spectacular images of clouds and landscapes that have very little to do with people or plants or life of any sort, and mostly depict the movement of air and water. It makes me happy to find beauty in those interactions of the atmosphere, water vapor, the landscape and the sea - because at the rate we're destroying life on our planet, that will be principally what we leave behind. Who would have suspected that Wales has such wild scenes? Of course, with violent weather events increasing in frequency and severity - as climate change makes warmer atmospheres hold and dump greater quantities of precipitation - Mr. Mason will have ever more material!

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