island kid covering his face with sand

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10 comments on “Our Oceans, Our Future”
  1. I just googled Ojibwa, I don’t know a lot about the indigenous people of the Americas. Thanks for reblogging my post, it’s nice to share the love.

  2. Ipuna Black says:

    I love these pictures! Look how happy these kids are.

    1. these children are from an island in the Philippines. There is no electricity on the island. Every time I visit these children are building something in the sand and decorating it with flowers shells and palm leaves/seeds or laughing enthusiastically while jumping from fishing boats into the water. simplicity.

      1. Ipuna Black says:

        I love the simplicity. I agree! I thought they were. My husband served a mission there, and I have many Filipino friends. I would love to visit there someday.

      2. I hope you have the opportunity to visit, it can be life changing.

      3. Ipuna Black says:

        I believe it. Probably makes you appreciate the little things so much more.

  3. johncoyote says:

    Reblogged this on johncoyote and commented:
    World ocean day

  4. johncoyote says:

    Beautiful photos. Thank you.

    1. Thanks John, just reading your moving poem on ‘Dreaming of Scotland’.

      1. johncoyote says:

        I love the oceans and the lakes. I’m 1/2 Ojibwa. I’m glad when people have concern for the air, earth and the water.

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