From an airplane view it might seem like we’ve discovered the real-life Trogdor, but this beautiful sight is the Odeleite river in Portugal that has been appropriately named the ‘Blue Dragon River.’
The Río Tinto river in the Sierra Morena mountains of southwestern Spain is known for its red and orange color due to an extremely acidic chemical composition which contains high levels of iron and heavy metals. This area has been the source of approximately 5,000 years of ore mining, including copper, silver, gold, and other […]
Originally constructed in 1930, the Choluteca bridge in Honduras was rebuilt in 1996 with some of the best architectural minds in the world to make sure it could withstand any hurricane. Sure enough in 1998, Hurricane Mitch hit hard and the bridge survived but Mother Nature decided to reroute the river.
Nature is miraculous in and of itself. How the water freely flows around and over the rocks of this river. How the trees bend and curve offering shelter to wildlife and humans alike. Being able to see such beauty in nature reminds us how it is our responsibility to protect the environment and all it has […]
Out on the water sits a lonely riverboat, laying out a line of rope and buoys. The stillness of the water and the peace of the captured moment make this biofriendly image of the day a no-brainer to share.
Sometimes in the winter you need to dock your boat. In Norway, they use stick support. Our biofriendly image of the day features this cool wooden boat that has been propped up on the shore of this snowy river for the winter.