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Sunday set: Spring greens

Verdant … While most people picture majestic, glacier-clad crags when they think of the Alps, the great European mountain range has a softer side at its far eastern edge, where the mountains gradually taper off toward the Danube Valley, just west of Vienna. The temperate climate in these foothills is perfect for apple and pear … Continue reading Sunday set: Spring greens

Sunday set: Global change

Travel a little, learn a lot This set includes illustrations for some of my most recent stories in various environmental and climate news publications and if you’re a regular Summit Voice reader who is not on Twitter or Instagram, I’m providing a few links here. A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about how some … Continue reading Sunday set: Global change

Sunday set: Forests

Trees are our friends Last week the UN celebrated the International Day of Forests as a way to acknowledge how important forests are to the world. To cynics, it may seem trite lip service by faceless bureaucrats. But in reality, it’s critical that everyone understands how important forests are for the planet. They cover about … Continue reading Sunday set: Forests

Sunday set: Seaside

Mediterranean bliss At the end of a long winter, it’s fun to daydream about hot summer days by the sea in the pleasing coastal towns of the Mediterranean. We especially enjoyed Varazze last July. The Italian harbor town isn’t particularly well known internationally, but it’s a favored getaway for residents of bustling Genoa and for … Continue reading Sunday set: Seaside

Sunday set: Farewell to ice

Frozen fountains … Spring has come early to large parts of the Northern Hemisphere warming under a blanket of heat-trapping greenhouse gases, so it’s time to say goodbye to winter with some images celebrating icy creeks. These photos are from Colorado, a global warming hotspot, where the average temperature has increased faster than in any … Continue reading Sunday set: Farewell to ice