Friday, March 15, 2013

Natural Beauty


Heart of Central Asia
This satellite image features the heart-shaped Small Aral Sea, the former northern basin of the Aral Sea that once supported a vibrant economy in Central Asia. The whitish area surrounding the lakebed is a vast salt plain, now called the Aralkum Desert, left behind by the evaporating sea.

5 comments:

  1. you have an amazing ability to discover beauty and share it holy!
    has spring arrived in your neck of the woods?
    i have been so remiss in the world of blogs. i miss you. and like spring, i have returned!
    much love to you!

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    1. Thanks, Rebecca - so glad you liked this image. I certainly did!

      Spring is pushing Winter to leave, but Winter is tenacious - I think we'll have a bit of snow today along with the cold, cold weather!

      Glad you have returned - everyone misses your absences, including me. I am well, but my haiku Muse seems to have left for warmer climes! Hoping she'll return soon! xoxo

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  2. While you wait for your haiku heart to return perhaps you will feel the urge to share mondays. Something new at recuerda mi corazon.
    Xoxox

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  3. This is gorgeous. (I have a thing about natural hearts ... I like them in clouds. :)

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    1. Natural hearts are wonderful to find/see!

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