Sunday Post: Natural Resources

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I’ve decided to join a few hundreds of other fellow bloggers in Jakesprinter’s Sunday Post photo challenge. This week’s theme is Natural Resources. As always, you can click on each image for a larger view.

California is full of natural resources, the main one being the sun. We get a lot of sun and don’t harvest as much as we should for energy purposes.

Sunday Post: Natural Resources - the sun
Sunday Post: Natural Resources – the sun

One very precious natural resource in California is water. Unlike the sun, we get too little of it.

Sunday Post: Natural Resources - water - Lake Hemet, California
Sunday Post: Natural Resources – water – Lake Hemet, California

And with sun and water, we get vegetation, mostly brush and small trees. But with a good amount of water, you get tall, beautiful trees.

Sunday Post: Natural Resources - trees of Idyllwild, California
Sunday Post: Natural Resources – trees of Idyllwild, California

I’m very fond of this last featured natural resource: honey, made by precious bees. Unfortunately, bees are a natural resource in danger. Besides being kind to bees, you can help their population by growing lots of flowers and flowering plants.

Sunday Post: Natural Resources - honey making bee
Sunday Post: Natural Resources – honey making bee

11 thoughts on “Sunday Post: Natural Resources

  1. I gave my mother and sister your calendars for their birthdays, and they loved them. And I got to brag to them that I “know” the photographer. πŸ™‚

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