Go to Earth.com and study its Earth maps, aerial photos, and green earth features. The still, quiet satellite pictures of Earth make New York City seem dull. TMZ’s latest update becomes tiny in comparison with even one image from an Earth aerial view.
Earth.com offers its visitors information about all of Earth’s activities and appearances. Earth has many faces and the site does a great job sharing each of them with curious visitors. As an internet resource, Earth.com gives us a stunning view of Earth’s many beautiful wonders while keeping a visitor grounded enough to know that even a tiny ant of a human being can make a difference in the development of the planet. The site will make you feel small in the grand scheme of things and then it will make you feel powerful in determining the future of Earth’s health and evolution. That’s the mark of a good site that cares about its subject.
I recommend Earth.com as a place where you can choose your own destiny during your visit. You can be casual and be mesmerized by thrilling photos of Earth’s beautiful features or you can be a more serious visitor who investigates environmental issues and how to help the Earth continue being the success she is today.
There are many useful features on the site to explore but be warned: Don’t expect to leave this site in a few minutes. Set aside some time for serious exploration. There are articles, photos, and downloads to enjoy, and it might take you time to navigate through all the happy times that await you.