Jola Naibi

Writer and amateur photog. I seek to inspire and inform with the words I write and share and the photos I take. I have written a book of short stories: Terra Cotta Beauty, and I am working on a lot more. Reading and writing fuel my energy. In reading, I explore this vast and diverse world, in writing, I employ my over-active imagination and address the 'what-if' questions that life often throws at us.


May I recommend

By on April 30, 2007

I have often wondered why it is called the National Geographic considering that it is so much more than national in its scope. Arguably one of the most colorful pieces of visual journalistic instruments to grace our magazine stands. The National Geographic Magazine is a wonderful kaleidoscope celebrating the diverse mix of flora and fauna, people and places, sound and music which form Planet Earth. An excellent visual source of information.

Thankfully, an interactive version of the print magazine is available for free online so you don’t have to be a print subscriber to be a part of this endless celebration of Planet Earth. The online versions affords you the same pleasure and even more perks as you can get lost in the whole color of it all by viewing Wild Web Cams or downloading colorful desktop wall papers and being part of the constant foray into the very heart of the Planet by subscribing to the free newsletter you can also view archival material which date as far back as 10 years ago

Here’s my humble recommendation, if you have more than a moment please explore the National Geographic website there is guaranteed to be something for everyone and more than anything they assure you that you will be inspired to care more about the Planet