Monthly Archives: June 2014

Driving IN Clouds to Nainital


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Nepal. People on the Streets of Kathmandu.

Originally posted on Natalia Maks:
Streets shots are essential for me when I travel to a new destination in the world. People are different and the same everywhere. I love to take the pictures of the “unpolished” people, the real…

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Garbage in Aligarh

Parts of our cities have become garbage dump. Above is the snap of Jamalpur locality of Aligarh, India.

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How Earth Avoided Global Warming Last Time

Geochemists have opined that  a huge rise in atmospheric CO2 was only avoided by the formation of a vast mountain range in the middle of the ancient supercontinent, Pangea. 300 million years ago, plate tectonics  aggregated land masses into a … Continue reading

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