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by techgnotic

Since human beings harnessed the secret of fire the natural world has been seen by many
only in terms of how best it can be exploited of its abundant riches. It’s amazing now to
look upon the desert sands of the Arab lands and know that this place, the cradle of earliest
civilization, was once known as “The Fertile Crescent.” All Europe was once one great forest –
until all those trees were needed to create the naval armadas of dueling empires. Only the
Earth’s natural forces, like earthquakes, have been more destructive and wasteful than humanity.











“The Romantics” were a movement of poets, painters, philosophers and others who launched
the first Great Dissent against the idea of our Earth as being only a resource to be used up.
They sensed the destruction of the natural environment would mean humanity’s own decline. They
sought preservation, understanding and, especially, the actual experiencing of nature’s terror,
awe, and sublime essence as the key to discovering one’s own humanity.


Humphry Davy, a Romantic philosopher, wrote that the natural world demanded “an attitude of
admiration, love and worship… a personal response.”



In 1849 Henry David Thoreau published his enduring classic, Walden, about his withdrawal
from society to free his mind and live for a while by a pond in the woods. The dissenting
current calling for connection with rather than dominion and exploitation of Earth has remained
a steady force since the time of the Romantics, especially in the arts community.











The first Earth Day was in 1970, another time of political upheaval and radical dissent.
Concerned scientists and environmental activists took the lead in warning of the dangers of
destroying our planet, focusing on air and water pollution and the chemical poisoning of food
and the soil. Laws finally began to get passed and a general consensus was finally established
that wrecking and using up the planet was probably a really bad thing. A cleaner future seemed
in the making.



Now the world is about to celebrate Earth Day 2012. And while the “green is good” consensus
still holds, it appears the headway that was made in the 1970s has now stalled out and even
gone into reverse.











Once again, it may be the artists who have to step up to make the world aware of the problem,
and with communities like DeviantArt, it might just be possible to really fire up intense discussion,
launch artistic environmental crusades and spur genuine change. The new “Romantic” artist response
to the environmental crisis may have already begun with James Cameron’s “Avatar.” Has any recent
movie or other work of art inspired such a resurgence of reverence for natural wonders (and contempt
for corporate environmental misdeeds)?


Now more than ever, as fears that human agency may be fueling global climate change, it is time
to take inspiration in the natural wonder and beauty and rhythms of our Earth. Perhaps artists and
others, once again embracing a “romantic awe” for life on this planet, can create the art and stoke
the passions necessary to swing hearts and minds back to the cause of Earth’s rescue and recovery.















Heidi and Ayame-Kenoshi took action in 2012 by organizing a tree planting
expedition that brought environmentally conscious deviants together from across southern California.






Photos courtesy of kyle-culver




"On April 15, 2012, a group of 20 deviants met in Los Angeles, CA to aid in street tree care. Partnering with
TreePeople.org, our deviants weeded, watered, and re-staked trees in order to create a more beautiful and green
neighborhood. DeviantART definitely represented, as deviants comprised the majority of the attendees at the event!
After a hard day's work, we ate lunch, drew, and talked all things DeviantArt. Thank you to everyone who came
out for such a fun and rewarding day!"


Ayame-Kenoshi




















Did You Know?





Founded by Gaylord Nelson, a former U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, Earth Day began on April 22nd, 1970. Nelson took action after witnessing the extensive damage caused by the 1969 massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, California.


In 1990, Earth Day went global, with 200 million people in over 140 nations participating, according to the Earth Day Network (EDN), a nonprofit organization that coordinates Earth Day activities.





In 2010, the Earth Day Network launched “A Billion Acts of Green” -- a service that allows individuals to register the actions they’re taking to protect the environment -- making it the largest environmental service campaign in the world.


Earth Day focused on clean energy in 2000 and involved hundreds of millions of people in 184 countries and 5,000 environmental groups. Activities ranged from a traveling, talking drum chain in Gabon, Africa, to a gathering of hundreds of thousands of people at the National Mall in Washington, D.C.













Shafts of Light


by louieschwartzberg








Nature's beauty is a blueprint on how to live a full life. It's her operating instructions that govern our behavior by engaging our sense of smell, touch, taste, and the visual splendors of color, texture, composition, and symmetry. By opening our hearts, nature uses beauty as a tool of survival, because we will protect what we fall in love with.


louieschwartzberg










Questions for the Reader





1How often do you actually stop to contemplate the beauty of nature – in a sunset, a walk in a park, a moment in a garden?


2Do you feel that the sheer amount of amazing technology now filling your life (iPad, XBox, etc) has dulled your sense of appreciating your time in the Great Outdoors? Do you think you need a better balance of the technological and the natural in your life?


3How much inspiration, as an artist, do you draw from Earth’s natural beauty? Do you have a special place to take a trip to, to experience for a while, to re-charge your inspirational and motivational reserves?





4Do you have any ideas on how to celebrate Earth Day that might be genuinely inspirational for an artist (or a simply environmentally aware and concerned person)?


5Where is the one place on the Earth you hope to go one day to experience, and why?


6Is there one law you wished could be passed, what would it be? Or if there is a single simple message you’d like repeated like a mantra in our schools like the Pledge of Allegiance, what would that be?


7What is the most naturally beautiful place on Earth you’ve ever been in? And what is the most horribly devastated by modern man?









Since human beings harnessed the secret of fire the natural world has been seen by many only in terms of how best it can be exploited of its abundant riches. It’s amazing now to look upon the desert sands of the Arab lands and know that this place, the cradle of earliest civilization, was once known as “The Fertile Crescent.” All Europe was once one great forest – until all those trees were needed to create the naval armadas of dueling empires. Only the Earth’s natural forces, like earthquakes, have been more destructive and wasteful than humanity.

Credits:
Written by: $techgnotic
Designed by $marioluevanos
Photos by *akaNeo16
Thoreau Earth Day by ~silverwarp
Dare to see the truth by ~heart-4-art
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appdevelopmentcom Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2015  Student Interface Designer
Good one.
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enfinitron Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Truly appreciate your words, and yes i frequently think about the solitude one can find in company of nature, it is one true power of worship. I do think there should be a balance between technology and nature, i'd rather say use of technology should be well regulated as well, i'm not against technological development , just futile waste of it. n i've alwalys wanted to visit canada!! :) 
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Kitan777 Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2015
1.) Almost all the time.I LOVE Nature.If I could,I would ditch the city life in heart beat,just to live in the country side <3

2.) a) No not really,I mean yes and no.But there are times where I do take a break and admire nature of the outdoors. b) Nope.It's fine.

3.) a) Well I'm not sure I understand the first part of the question,but if it's what I think what I means,I have always had a love for nature and it's wildlife whether it from the icy waters to the forest lands,jungles,sands etc. and invented an original character based on my love for nature and called him Eros.I even created an earth day pic with him and gave him a b-day on earth day.lol ^^;

4.) I'm thinking of doing yet another drawing with my O.C. Eros to support Earth Day! <3

5.) Ireland.I've always wanted to go there because I feel as though it has the most lush and grander scale of nature than I feel I know of,though I'm sure any place is more or less the same.I apologize for offending anyone.

6.) a) Free the animals in all capivity.Oh wait,does that count? or rather no to capture wild animals [if that counts?]. b) Nothing.Mantra's freak me out.

7.) Um,the forest camp site I went to with a large lake.I can't remember what it was called. b.) ...I don't think I understand that question.Sorry.
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ZakurotheEndergodess Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2013   Artist
Can I use this in a report? I promise to give you FULL credit for the story!
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techgnotic Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2013
Yes, no problem at all.
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masoudmco Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
Best
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sophiacorteslovato Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i think that it's really great you're encouraging people to be actively participating in the fight to keep our home, and that of all occupied species, safe!
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KendraFowl Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I stop and wonder at the beauty of nature all the time. I recently got new glasses and I find myself staring at all the individual blades of grass and all the leaves on the trees... I have come to realize that you really have to have imperfect vision before you can see everything. If you're used to seeing all the details in life, you eventually take it for granted. However, if you are used to seeing indistinct, blobby shapes, once you have the ability to see everything, you really DO see everything, and you appreciate it more. I also love being outside after a heavy rain. The colours are so vibrant, and there's this fresh smell in the air. The trees look so alive.
If we destroy Earth, nobody will be able to marvel at nature's wonders. Staying inside will be preferable to being outside in the polluted environment. It would be so terrible if we ruined our planet...
Will certain humans never stop? Will some do absolutely ANYTHING for money and power, even if it means hurting Earth?
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KendraFowl Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
What an inspiring article!
I say, "Be the change you want to see in the world."
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adriana01300 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
SI SAMALES TONA
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nadineleon Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
Mother Earth gives us life, she's so beautiful and she's the only planet we have. Love her. Preserve her if you want preserve you and our future generations.
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VnyJaxn7 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
Is time to make a change.
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chesterprime12 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
its time to make a difference for the planet and ourselves
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FairyEarth90 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
*.* Magnifiche!
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YellowRavenInk Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
A really great work!
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Madcoast Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
The future's bright, the future's radioactive!!
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Ominator Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Student
Thatsh aweshum
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irina1995 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Very nice!
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patsolo Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
We forget that nature (the earth) will take care of itself with or without human beings. We need to find a balance between the way we live our lives and how we use the resources available to us.

Technology should enable this instead of being used to, more aggressively, exploit the earth. We are all to blame, every one of us with a mobile phone, a computer, a fridge, etc. Rampant consumerism has lead to rampant exploitation of the earth and its resources as well as the exploitation of animals and other human beings whose lives are worth very little as reflected in the prices we want to pay for our products and as reflected by in the profits made by conglomerations while poor people in poor countries dig minerals out of the earth with their bare hands (in some cases) in order for us here to have a fancy multi-enabled device in our soft, moisturised, hands.

Earth day should make us aware that our desires far outstrip our needs and that our current living standards are not sustainable, not while life expectancy in some other countries are around half our pensionable age. We must 'encourage' our governments to make realistic laws that will enable the Green future instead of it being a vehicle for tax collection.

We must be more conscious of our purchases and the foods we buy and the amount of waste we generate. We may live longer now that we did decades ago and we may be healthier now that we were decades, but that will change if we don't change. And by the time we notice the change it will take decades if not millennia to turn it around!
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KendraFowl Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I definitely agree with you. What we're doing doesn't just affect us, it affects all the other species on Earth as well. Once we humans stop being so selfish and greedy and face the problems that are our fault, we might actually be able to fix the problems we created.
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Yancysam Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
nice
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Momotte2stocks Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Beautiful ! :clap:
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JayfeatherTheChosen Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Student Artist
omgomgogmogmgomg bahhhhhhhhhh awesome
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scarlet104 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist Filmographer
cooooool!!!!!!!
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elfproject Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Professional General Artist
Here's a link to a short 60 second time lapse from the Himalayas and some images that tell a disturbing story.
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What was done to Europe earlier is now being carried out in other parts of the world.
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XxKutieTonixX Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
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Butterfly!! ^^
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Claddy96 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
Lovely thing:3
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Darebrother Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sounds good to me
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Fordz-Anims Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I would really love to make an art about our home... Earth...
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Dontknowwhattodraw94 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
1.) Not much, sadly enough. I go for a walk a few times per month in the little forest nearby my home to spot animals. I also work as a volonteer in a wildlife rescue centre, it's there where I come most in contact with animals.

2.) Yes, I'm now sitting behind my computer and listening to music while I can go outside. I think people should get behind of their computer, tv or playstation and get more outside, but that's difficult sometimes (same for me)

3.) A lot: usually I draw animals (birds, dinosaurs and other predators). Doing this ever since I was a kid. I don't really have a place outside to get my inspiration, mostly I get it from what I see on tv or I just get it out of nowhere, but sometimes I draw the animals I spot during walking or those I see in that wildlife rescue centre.

4.) I think just go outside for a day and explore that little bit of nature that's still left. Doesn't matter if it's just your backyard or a huge forest. Another idea is helping a nature club for a day, visiting a zoo, ...

5.) To Northern-Europe or Canada.
I really love that kind of nature: giant conifer forests where's an almost absolute magical silence, I've experieced it once and this is what I thought of it :) I really hope I can see these forest during winter 'cause it's so beautiful when I see it on television or in books, so in real life, it must be an awesome experience. And than you've got the animals: wolves, deer, eagles, wolverines, lynxes and other of those magnificent creatures. And at last: if I go Northern enough, I might can see the Aurora. Like some people would like to see vulcanos or giant waves on sea, I would like to see the Aurora.
There are ofcourse some other places I would like to see: Australia, the Amazon-forest,...

6.) A law like "Nature habitats must become protected, just as the animals that live there."

7.) Like I said in 5.): a conifer forest, this was The Black Forest in Germany.
The most horribly place are the big cities, not really a place for me: there's almost no green over there.
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Lejinad Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
1.Not often but I love watching the beauty of nature.i stop like too or three times a month.
2.Hell no I love technology and nature togeather.Balance is perfect.
3.No.
4.House party in nature.
5.I dont know its name but there is a rock in Australia that changes collor and the Niagara Waterfalls and an Isle near Africa jet ageina I dont know the name its something on S.
6.Pick Again.
7.hehheheheheh you wont belive this :D
I live in a Serbian town named Pancevo and that is the secound most polutted city in the world but actualy in that city there is like the most beatyfull garden I have ever sow.
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JasonChew Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012
Awesome agenda! I like the inspiration of the four seasons background.....
All the best to you all...support! Save our Earth!!!
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dhildstars Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
支持这样有益的事业
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seatosea Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
this is really inspiring! I've been trying to come up with ideas for drawings, and thanks to you, I finally have an idea. I do care deeply about our geart oceans and the conditions they are in. I finally realize I can use my gift of drawing to show the world the wonders of our oceans so that people are also moved, as I was, to protect and save it for future generations to come. Thank you sooooo much!
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tarkprince Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012
I like drawing and painting.

I like playing video games whenever I have the time.

And I also like to recycle as much as I can.

I wish I had a job in the recycling industry waste management and it would be better if the law to dig up landfills was approved I think landfill mining is a good idea so that all the waste dumped by people around the world could be salvaged instead of just rotting away in a land fill I don’t have a job at the moment. it would also create more jobs in the recycling industry if the recyclable material was salvaged instead of being dumped. There are so many people without jobs who could be employed to recycle the raw material in a recycling facility so that it can be reused and pumped back into the manufacturing industry.

Also the Electronic waste produced by people should be properly recycled in the country that it was used in instead of being dumped in third world countries like Africa and Asia. All countries should take responsibility to at least break it down into secondary raw materials instead of just shipping it out to the third world countries by marking it as second hand used electronics.

The world is running out of raw materials so it would be better to salvage what’s inside landfills and to also segregate the recyclable materials at waste management companies instead of just landfilling it all.

I would be nice to work as a video games designer but I think since I am not qualified I would rather have a job in the recycling industry whilst doing short courses for games design and animation I feel like there are many opportunities in the recycling industry I think that many unemployed people can benefit from jobs in recycling.
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TheWhiteRain Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
7. That I myself have been in... I've only really been to Dallas for my mom's parents, Houston for my dad's parents, Corpus Christi, South Padre Island, and even all the way to Alabama for their beaches in the Summer and Spring Break. Florida I think, and... Las Vegas. :) I guess it's Dallas though. They got big trees their in my grandparent's neighborhood. For the other, it would be Las Vegas of course. XD I wouldn't know if it's devastating, but there is a lot of buildings for sure. It's strange too... There's more than just Gamblign and Strippers, like adult stuff. There's stuff like The Vatican (Caesar's Palace) with restraunts and hotels like Venice, Italy and a place like New York with a roller coaster and stuff. o.O It's a pretty interesting place. :) But don't most poor and/or rich places have a lot of crime? :O While not necessarily illegal, stuff like gambling is considered evil in religions like Christianity, right? So yeah... I don't know... I'd have to live there myself to really know, but Dallas vs. Las Vegas is what I got.
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TheWhiteRain Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
6. Well, I'm not sure... ^^; But I'd at least wish people were more compassionate to each other... It's not the world that John Lennon would have wanted... :( Same for our many other important figures in the world like Gandhi. Also, if drugs like ecstasy, heroin, marijuana, etc. are going to be so illegal and bad in America and possibly other places in the world, they should really be more strict about it! :O But how are people really going to learn their lesson? Besides, most of it just seems like self harm... which that's their choice. :( But yes... I wish people would stop damaging themselves for stupid false pleasures... It's not healthy. :( As for a mantra... I'm not sure. ^^;
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ShimmeringDream Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Most awesome, wonderful changing-as-you-scroll background ever!!! Amazing article as well, very inspirational!
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TheWhiteRain Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
5. Japan! <3 Not just for anime/manga/games like most people seem to be into. ^^; Which I love too of course... but their culture and things like Cherry Blossoms, those Sakura Trees... Kimonos... all the honorifics they use like chan, kun, san... Everything over there even nature itself seems so elegant and formal. <3 I think a lot of the best artists over there have taught me how to live my life. :) But it's hard to put it into words on how I understand it. ^^; It's just... so in depth. :O Some people in the world are just so spiritual and put so much emotion into their work, it's genius. <3
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Emeowrald Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012
It's good to know that so many people are actually going out and doing stuff for Earth Day here.
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TheWhiteRain Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
3. Not really, but I do love walking around to clear my head from stress... So even though I'm usually indoors a lot, going outside is something I really like to enjoy at times too. <3 I do love seeing naturistic themed things like the game Legend of Mana and the new Hayao Miyazaki movie from a couple of months ago, The Secret World of Arrietty. <3 I mainly love the theme of them being small though and seeing the world so much bigger than how we see it... It's like a world inside a world. <3 So I drew an Arrietty picture once. :)

4. Simply just electricity. That's the main thing I hear about. Recycling, and the usual. Maybe mostly pollution though... It would mainly be the health of people I'm worried about though and how they view the world that causes it's destruction and anarchy amongst us ourselves... Illegal drugs that still get sold so easily... Well, whatever we do to the world that makes it harder to live in, an idea of a destroyed or post-apocalyptic world... That's what I would want to draw. A world without the beauty of it and how damaging it would be to our health, mixed in with the way the world once was... That would be my inspiration. :)
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TheWhiteRain Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
1. Well... I'm so busy with my own problems, it's hard to think about. :( I'm more of an indoors person, but I do love taking a break outside and seeing the stars and the moon, or the clouds in the sky... <3 I used to love climbing trees too and playing on playgrounds as a kid. :) It's mainly flowers that I wish I could see more of... I live in Texas and it's pretty dry and boring here. :( I don't even have a nice looking yard at all... T_T But at least it isn't super industrialized, so I'm thankful for that. <3

2. ... Probably... :( But I don't really have much freedom to go to where I want to go yet... I take a break sometimes though because being inside with no plant life makes everything seem so... stuffy and hard to breathe in. I actually have a mild case of asthma. :( But it's not really intense unless I run a lot or something...
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TheWhiteRain Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
"Has any recent movie or other work of art inspired such a resurgence of reverence for natural wonders (and contempt for corporate environmental misdeeds)?"

YES. Video games like Role-playing games and Fantasy books with themes of Dystopia. :)

For games we have Final Fantasy VII and Mother 3, and for books, we have things like The City of Ember, Uglies, and The Giver to think for these feelings too. <3

Earth is beautiful! <3 The beauty that man itself can not create... We're so used to Nature that sometimes it just becomes part of every day life, but when you really stop to think, it's amazing thing...

There's so much we've made, like cars and skyscrapers, and the digital world like cellphones and even the internet we're using right now to talk to people all around the world... but beautiful things like trees, flowers, the ocean, and the sky... It was already made before we were born, and is so awe inspiring... <3

Oh, and for songs, there's John Lennon's "Imagine" and Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World" talking about World Peace and the beauty of the world. <3
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Wingolf Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012
An amazing video :) Well done, this is excellent :thumbsup:
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AayushGfx Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Student General Artist
Lovely thing, <3
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Shadic-Hedgehog Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Brilliant.
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Astrikos Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012   General Artist
This is truly inspirational!
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Daycardinal Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012
Dat Background! Dat message! Dat motivation!
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HowlingWolf8990 Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012
Wow, just amazing. The design of the tree in the seasons, the article itself really. I loved reading it. Just the way the way they put it into words. Happy Earth Day!
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nice design
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