The middle Pliocene is our closest analog to present-day greenhouse gas levels. It provides a probable peek into our future — several more degrees of global temperature rise and many meters of sea-level rise.
The massive, weather root system of a logged tree washed ashore on Rockaway Beach, Oregon. Partially buried in the sand, it forms a natural sculpture on the beach front.
The artwork “Walking on Rockaway” captures a northward looking view along Rockaway Beach emphasizing the unique space where the mountains, beaches, sea, and sky intertwine into a calm, beautiful scene on a slightly overcast, hazy day.
There is beauty in the constantly changing seascapes of the Cornwall South Coast where eroded, weathered cliff rocks plunge into the ocean.
Genesis of the Standing Stones depicts the real-world expression of abstract concepts residing within the neolithic psyche.
The morning fog rising off of the lake partially obscures a receding shoreline. Form blends into a mist, creating a mystical scene.
Ink-wash art from ArcheanWeb.
Digital art from the northwest coast of Oregon highlights Twin Rocks, a pair of large rock monuments located just seaward of Rockaway Beach.
Art at ArcheanWeb: Part of the British Isles Coastal Series Perched on cliffs overlooking the North Sea, the ruins of Slains Castle lie just north of Cruden Bay along the east coast of Scotland. It was here, on these cliffs, where Bram Stoker is believed to have gotten his inspiration for the tale of Count Read More…
Earth sweltered in greenhouse heat for 226 million years, from the late Permian to the early Oligocene. Then the switch flipped and an icehouse world arrived.