This is a long exposure panorama of three separate images; the exposure is about ten-seconds. Now that cooler weather is on the way I think its time to get out and enjoy. Not that I need an excuse. (more)
hiii i’m desirae but most people call me des 😌. i’m 15 turning 16 in february, living in south florida and i’m bi 😛. i loveeee drake he’s my daddy duh 🙄💞. but yea i’m a chill, goofy, sarcastic hoe so yea hmu ☺️ @i-am-the-t
The Central of #Georgia heritage unit leads train 285 through downtown #Atlanta, passing the site of the former Terminal Station which served Central of Georgia passenger trains from Savannah and Columbus (the “Nancy Hanks” and the “Man ‘O War”.) 285 handles #intermodal and automobile traffic between Kansas City and Jacksonville, #Florida. #norfolksouthern #teamwork #safety (at Atlanta, Georgia)
Twenty-six Florida scientists have written a letter to Donald Trump; they want to meet with the Republican presidential nominee to talk about the latest climate science and the threats expected because of a changing climate. That’s because Trump has claimed that human-caused climate change is a hoax.
The state of Florida is attempting to take back one of America’s National Wildlife Refuges.
Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge provides critical habitat to 250
species of birds, including the largest wading bird colony in the
Everglades with more than 7,000 active nests.
Managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for the past sixty
years, the Refuge has flourished into some of the healthiest remaining
Everglades habitat. But now, in an effort that has long been encouraged
by the sugar industry, Florida has begun the process of evicting the
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. This move will eliminate federal
wildlife protections on the 144,000 acre Refuge.
You can send our sample letter, or edit it with your own words for even greater impact. Your letter will be sent directly to Governor Scott when you click “Send Letter.”