If I had to take a shot in the dark, the sandstorms and constantly shifting terrain would wreak havoc on the panels so constant maintained would be a bitch in costs. Then you have to run all the electrical lines through, whereas wherever this
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Noted…noseless emoticons are preferred by danisaurusrex. I kind of prefer doing things wrong (I will refrain from adding a ‘wink’ here, because it will in fact have a nose. Emoticons should be able to ‘smell the roses’ too.) As for the image, it is
There’s lots of great places to catch the sunset. Most people go to the eastern part of Hanalei Bay. This is at an overlook that is just across the street from the Foodland in Princeville. Definitely stay up in that area if you don’t
I live in Yakima, it’s about 25min away from Eburg. It’s crazy to see my whole valley filled with smoke. http://i.imgur.com/vpdBu.jpg [4288×2848]
Not long. less than 3 weeks even in the most ideal weather, but we just started getting heavy rains, so by the time the rain stops there will be no more flowers
I used to think that’s how Shredded Wheat was made. I never was able to figure out how they shrunk ’em, though.
Quite true. The farmers/pickers are paid by the truckload that they deliver to the coffee co-ops, so having some green berries in each handful isn’t necessarily a bad thing in their eyes. This particular load wasn’t going to be used for any kind of
Agree 100%, I work in the commodity business and it’s shocking the conditions of cane harvesters in Central and South America. These people are “paid” very little, and in many parts (Brazil) it’s virtually slave labor. Also look…she has no protective equipment, clothes, etc,
Ok, lets see. The first 2 locations seem to be smaller scale projects. 49°22’49.87″N 51°26’0.68″E 50°34’30.01″N 66°44’3.16″E But, if you zoom in here (49°50’7.95″N 82°22’9.60″E) and look parallel to the rail lines you will see long rows of trees. To the left and right
That bridge must have been there only for a few days. I’ve never seen it.
+1 for braving the heat. Drove up that way earlier in the week and it was the hottest point in my 3600km round trip. Is the drought up there too? Grains and Hay looked peeked, but then again had Alberta (and grain bounty they’ve
There showed this on the documentary called “Wild China”, and they panned out a shot of those paddies. Immensely impressive.
This is what this subreddit needs, more of this kind of agriculture, not that ugly, world destroying monoculture crap that keeps getting posted.
ive done some contracting work in that bog before, funny to see it pop up on reddit! great photo
Reminds me of the film [*Days of Heaven*](http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0077405/). It takes place on a ranch in Oklahoma and was filmed almost entirely during the Golden Hour of the day. Screenshots. (https://s3.amazonaws.com/criterion_images/current/img_current_1079_244.png) (http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film2/DVDReviews33/a%20days%20of%20heaven/days%20of%20heaven%20PDVD_013.jpg) (http://www.rachelhulin.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/daysofheaven-7.jpg)
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http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaccinium_angustifolium . Low bush wild blueberries. This pic is of them in the fall when the leaves have turned red.
I am a college student and over the summer I am a farm hand at a local family farm. I do pretty much anything and everything you can imagine waiting for the hay to grow, or dry. The farmer I work for has a
Those roads are mesmerizing. I would love to be driving on them, looking at the scenery.
Very nice. I was in Rikuzentakata a week or so after it was destroyed by the tsunami last year. I would love to believe that this is something they have put together since to aid in the recovery. Do you know when this was
It’s a beautiful building, used to be called Red House Studio. Lots of awesome Lawrence bands have recorded there as well as national acts like Motion City Soundtrack, Emery, the Get Up Kids, and even Kurt Cobain. I agree, Eudora is pretty boring, but
The fact that they don’t talk about how they get sunlight bothers me =/ Someone needs to come up with a really clever way to bring natural light to indoor hydroponic installations so they aren’t using tons of electricity.
I only took this with my phone so it doesn’t portray the true beauty of this scene. One of the most amazing things is the distance between the mainland and the island is 2.5 miles. It certainly doesn’t look that far, but feels it
People complain about wind turbines being really ugly a lot, but I think in rural scenes like this they are kind of beautiful.