The Dead Sea, Israel. Its surface and shores are 423 metres below sea level, Earth's lowest elevation on land. Amah & I floated in the Dead Sea. We were told not to wipe the salt off as it was medicinal.
The Dead Sea is 427 meters below sea level and is the lowest place on earth. The Dead Sea is 306 m ft) deep, the deepest hypersaline lake in the world. With salinity (in it is also one of the world’s saltiest bodies of water - Photo credit: Victor
35 Oil Paintings by Artist Vladimir Kush - Surrealism Creativity Mind-Blowing
Migaloo, the Aboriginal word for ‘white fella', is the only known all-white humpback whale in the world. Photo: Marc McCormack ~ Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011 off the coast of Australia
Stunning Split Scene Images of the Sea Above And Below the Surface
The Last House on Holland Island, Chesapeake Bay, Maryland. Finally fell into the Bay in Wish we had a boat then to see it. Neat history of a thriving island up until the
"Dawn of Clean Energy" taken by Rob Douglas from RMIT University references Goal 7 - Affordable and Clean Energy. The photo demonstrates the role of solar in preventing the effects of climate change. The incoming tide in the background represents climate change via sea level rise while the sun rising and the awaiting solar panels signifies a change in the global energy mix from fossil to renewable energy sources. #acts #education #sustainability #globalgoals #unsdgs #actsthinkbig…