“Restored Moon Landing Video Amazes Anew,” is from the National Geographic (July – 2009).
“Where the Salmon Rule,” is from the National Geographic (July-2009). Summary: Russia’s remote Kamchatka Peninsula has some of the richest salmon runs in the Pacific, sustaining animals and communities. Now the fish need help.
“Father’s Day Pictures: ‘Best’ Animal Dads,” is from National Geographic (June – 2009).
“125 Years of Thrills,” is from the National Geographic News (June – 2009).
“Kodachrome: First Great Color Film Remembered in Photos,” is from the National Geographic (June – 2009). Also, “Searching for Afghanistan’s Third Giant Buddha.”
“Oldest Art in Americas Found on Mammoth Bone?” is from June’s National Geographic.
“Divining Angkor,” is the June Photo of the Month from National Geographic. Summary: After rising to sublime heights, the sacred city may have engineered its own downfall. After rising to sublime heights, the sacred city may have engineered its own downfall.
“Pioneering women in world politics,” is from the LA Times. Features 12 lovely photos and short bios.
Blogs: My news and political blog is at South by Southwest. My general purpose/southwest focus blog is at Southwest Progressive. My creative blog is at Making Good Mondays. And Carol Gee – Online Universe is the all-in-one home page for my websites.