John Nelson illustrates in “Breathing Earth” what a year’s worth of Earth’s seasonal transformations look like from outer space. Nelson stitched together satellite photographs taken each month over the course of a year. The mesmerizing animations showed what Nelson describes as “the annual pulse of vegetation and land ice.” As the climate changes, the planet comes alive. Earth appears to breathe when ice cover grows and melts—in and out, in and out.
#100daysofhomeed We got the login for the eldest's second online history course today and the littlest kept wanting to copy the boys by scribbling away 'handwriting' <3 Paddle to the Sea read aloud over lunch, such gorgeous illustrations, followed by Zoology. We looked at order carnivora which actually turned into an exploration of how we determine Scientific fact from opinion. That then led on to YouTube videos on the basics of critical thinking and then we watched Planet Earth :D