Saturday, 7 August 2010

Planer Earth, in our hands

Planet Earth - Lies in our hands?

It all started with Adam & Eve and the Apple
or
so the say?

Are we looking after our Planet The Earth?
Well- it could be touch and go at the moment,
We need to chance our ways Now?

We want our waterways to look like this - dont we?
Free from pollution - and life on our waterways-
Or--

Do we want our waterways to be filled with rubbish and water polluted and poisonous?
with no life living in or around  the area.



Our land too, just dead and wasted,
What life is  left - just scavenging - trying to find what little to eat is left.

If we change our ways now - we could save Earth - our Planet



to look and be filled with pastures of Green, with trees and life with plenty of food and water for everyone.
If everyone does their little bit - Earth can be saved for our children of the future.









16 comments:

Jan said...

What a very important message brilliantly portrayed ...love Jan xx

ju-north said...

A good comment on the state of things.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: You wax poetic on the love of the earth. You are preaching to the choir.

Gattina said...

You are so right ! I always get so furious when I walk through woods and fields and see paper and empty cans !

Vicki ~ FL said...

You are soooo right! Some people could care less about the environment!

soulbrush said...

oh yes this is such a good post, well said friend. love surprises, thanks
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soulbrush said...

you are a wonderful friend. thankyou

Gail's Man said...

A timely message, although I don't know how many heed it, or indeed care.

Marka said...

The earth and its condition is the responsibility of each and every one of us. And if we all do our own little part, all will be well.

Lew said...

Everyone loves a picture postcard country scene, and these are great shots, but few want to pickup the trash to keep it that way. The park where we have been recently is a trash free spot - take your trash home and dispose of it properly. Most of our fellow visitors do it, but we have prought home a little extra each trip.

Rick said...

Nice bit of photojournalism there mac - points well driven home. Unfortunately the slobs who most need to heed the message likely won't see it nor care.

Cezar and Léia said...

If we don't do, nature will do it. And if nature has to do unleash its power, I think it will be harsh...
God bless you!
Cezar

Willard said...

A wonderful photo essay, Stewart. Unfortunately it seems that many do not get the message, but still there are many dedicated individuals working to solve these problems, but it may be a losing fight.

Lynn Wiles said...

good environmental commentary

Dave said...

Great message, nicely portayed. Don't be disheartened Willard there are a lot of the younger generation anxious to see a change towards a better, cleaner, planet.

George said...

You've done a wonderful job of illustrating a very important message for all of us.