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Victor Mousaa
Victor Mousaa

I worked with Pete Seeger with the first Cleartwater sails on the Hudson River in New York State in 1969. And also, was woked with our Natives American Indian Movement, in Ohio when I personally saw the Cuyahoga River on fire! We worked hard for Earth Day to come alive in Central Park for June 22, 1970. Then finally, Congree passed the Clean Water Act Bill in 1972.  And finally, at Madison Sq. Concert, Pete Seeger's 90th Birthday, 2009, our Native Elders spoke about these events and what we have achieved.. WOW! Roland (rolandechobirds.com) 

Nicolas Huber
Nicolas Huber

Like a gallery of fantastic abstract paintings; wildly imaginative, vividly colourful and stunningly beautiful. Thanks, NatGeo! 

Franz Vella
Franz Vella

Thank you National Geographic for letting us share such wonder.

Prasad Prsamy
Prasad Prsamy

A  most useful one.Fantastic work.Thanks to Nat.GEO & yhe Team.

Emanuel  Cortis
Emanuel Cortis

How little do we know about our own Earth. We don't realise what we're missing while taking everything for granted. EARTH deserves protection from each and every individual. Earth belongs to future generations as well.

Dipanjan Mitra
Dipanjan Mitra

Such is the beauty of nature. creates all the patterns and geometry for us. lovely images.

Jorge Morales
Jorge Morales

Amazing photograph!  I'm always impressed to see mushroom clouds like this.

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