World Water Day in the world’s water headquarters

Michigan and the Great Lakes from Space

Provided by the SeaWiFS Project, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, and ORBIMAGE (via Wikimedia)

I am not even going to tell you how long I agonized over the perfect photo with which to mark World Water Day. Water is one of the things that defines Michigan above all others. Industries may come and go, but (assuming we can take care of it) Michigan’s water is forever.

Here’s hoping…

2 thoughts on “World Water Day in the world’s water headquarters

  1. Actually, the Great Lakes have only been around since the last ice age and are by all means not permanent Earth fixtures, although you are right in terms of our lifespans, hopefully.

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