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I have always loved whales. They're my favorite animals. Over the past few years I've become very passionate about preserving and protecting these gorgeous creatures. I believe that tourist boats are a potential danger for the mammals and the ocean, so if you can see them in their natural habitat from a safe distance then everyone can enjoy life to the fullest! Virtually anywhere on the coast is a great location so these are just a few places to view Humpback Whales and other marine life from the shore.
a cool thing about my hometown (niskayuna - we call it "nisky"!) is our lil' section of the expansive bike path that runs through much of upstate NY! this is a map of real places and childhood memories built along the route. the linework of this piece was drawn in ink and scanned, and then color was added digitally.
500+ square miles of silent desert and deep canyons country where the Colorado and Green Rivers meet.
To quote Edward Abbey: ""the most weird, wonderful, magical place on earth—there is nothing else like it anywhere."".
This summer, I traveled to London with my class from Maryland Institute College of Art. It was the most amazing experience! Especially for a hedgehog lover like myself. Unfortunately, wild hedgehogs are endangered in England and one of the last places they are still seen in the London area is Regent's Park, but I don't know if they will be for much longer. I just want to bring awareness to people that they should join the effort to save these amazing, gentle, little creatures.
Only 28 kms from a busy city of Satara is Thoseghar waterfall.It is a nice place to go in the rainy season. Its a one day trip... On the way, you get to see, hundreds of windmills, every shade of green, clouds touching the hill tops and the valleys seem to be overflowing with soft and fluffy 'cotton!' Till the time you absorb the beautiful landscapes around, the rushing waterfall sound will guide you itself , if you are lucky enough you might get to see a rainbow too !! :)
As my first map I illustrated the Catlins. A beautiful coastline in New Zealand's south, through which I hitch hiked recently. It's usually very windy, which is cause for a unique rugget landscape with extremely slanted trees. A lovely remote place on earth with wonderful wild life.