Hey guysss I have a REALLY big favor to ask all of you. If you love animals and want to see them in the later future then I suggest going to Change.org and creating an account :) It’ll be quick and after u make an account just click the button in the top right corner and press search. Search up environment and you’ll see a ton of petitions. Any petition that has to do with banning plastic or saving the environment PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD SIGN IT. Y’all don’t understand what we’re doing to the planet bc y’all just ignore it and hope it’ll change all on its own. spoiler alert, IT WONT, so PLEASE do this for not just me but also yourself, thank you. ♥️♻️🐋🌿
Esta fotografía es real y fue tomada en las costas de Japón, es lamentable lo que ocurre en nuestros océanos. Tenemos que preguntarnos qué estamos haciendo para cambiar al planeta. 📷: Brian Skerry.
Regrann from @brianskerry - Photo by @BrianSkerry.
A surprised Yellow Gobi welcomes us into his makeshift home – an abandoned soda can - on the volcanic sandy bottom of Suruga Bay, off the coast of Japan. I was diving at a depth of about 100-feet when I saw some debris on the ocean floor. As I swam past, a flash of color caught my eye, and - as I slowly approached the can - this little fish drifted into the ‘doorway’ of his aluminum home. Diving in this place was like swimming through the pages of a storybook, filled with a fascinating cast of characters.
#yellow#gobi#pollution#trash#oceanography#oceans#pollution#fish#cute#animals#conservation#photooftheday#protect#oceans#nikonlove#nikonnofilter#nikonambassador - #regrann
"On a golden day in lazy July,
A porcelain piglet from the cosmos sighed:
'Our Father who art in heaven,
A new Messiah by the name of Kevin,
Will emerge from the mouth of a boar,
With a message of truth and gore'" Created all from discarded items found at recycling station in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Yearly, 1.4 billion pounds of trash is dumped into the oceans.
Today @k.atrin and I collected some trash at the coast of Sa Coma beach. Most shocking for us was, that some people throw away glass bottles into the ocean and leave the broken glass in the sand, where kids and familys are relaxing and having fun.
Organisations like @4ocean daily collect trash and help cleaning our oceans.
One world, one planet. Keep it clean!🌍