This is what Taj Mahal looks like under severe air pollution haze.Approximately 1.2 million people in India die each year due to reasons related to air pollution. That’s more than 3,000 people a day. Tag a friend and spread the word. . . . . . . . #instagram #instapic #nofilter #greenpeace #climatechange #globalwarming #Airpollution #India #toxic #Tajmahal #documentation #activism #people #peoplepower #earlymorning #insta #pictureoftheday #Photography #nature #Peace #Health #Protest…
Environmental Art. Gloria Lamson. Creating temporary installations using natural or simple manmade materials, Gloria Lamson explores ways to engage natural forces. She often works in remote locations, documenting her work through photography. She has a beautiful series titled “Drawing in the Land” looking at how lines activate our awareness of space.
War causes a dirty planet. So does consumption-based commerce, but toxins build up in our bodies whether we are living in a utopian paradise or the modern day world. The Chinese used herbs as far back as 2700 BC to relieve our bodies of toxins, and Indian gurus have recommended Saucha, the Sanskrit word for cleanliness, since the time of Vedic society, possibly more than 15000 years ago and at least as early as the 11th century BCE.
Lakes rules: Relax, swim, eat too much, go fishing, get a sunburn, sit by the fire, take a nap, go on a hike, read a book, play games, laugh, sleep in, take pictures, make memories, don't worry about anything, take a boat ride. Have fun!