Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted)

Bryce Canyon

Tree over Bryce Canyon.

Image: James Neeley.

As long as you send images to me (and I hope it will be for forever), I shall continue to share them with my readership. My purpose for posting these images is to remind all of us of the grandeur of the natural world and that there is a world out there that is populated by millions of unique species. We are a part of this world whether we like it or not: we have a choice to either preserve these species or to destroy them in search of short-term monetary gains. But if we decide to destroy these other life forms, the least we can do is to know what we are destroying by learning that they exist. If you have a high-resolution digitized nature image (I prefer JPG format) that you’d like to share with your fellow readers, feel free to email it to me, along with information about the image and how you’d like it to be credited.

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Comments

  1. #1 Richard Albury
    February 25, 2007

    Is the caption perhaps incorrect? Last I checked, Bryce was in Utah… ;-)

  2. #2 Richard Albury
    February 25, 2007

    Also, “natgure” should be “nature” on

    http://scienceblogs.com/grrlscientist/image_of_the_day/

    Great picture, though: thanks!

  3. #3 Mustafa Mond, FCD
    February 26, 2007

    Yeah, Bryce Canyon is in Utah. If you want more, you can get a billion pixel image of it here.

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