Let’s Celebrate World Oceans Day and Underwater Wednesday with Photos of the Ocean.
Our oceans sustain us. Not only us, but all life on earth. We must take better care of it. For World Oceans Day and Underwater Wednesday, I post some of my favorite photos of the incomparable beauty of our oceans.
“For most of history, man has had to fight nature to survive; in this century he is beginning to realize that, in order to survive, he must protect it.” Jacque-Yves Cousteau.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this glimpse of our oceans. I have been publishing tips to help save the ocean on my social media, and my new book, 2nd Edition of All Fish Faces, just published. The book is an underwater treasure of tropical reef fish faces, some fierce, some fun, but all a joy for fish fans young and old. Colorful photography — including names of every fish featured — creates a colorful dive log worth experiencing again and again. Our oceans are in trouble and educating kids about ocean ecology and sea life is imperative. Introducing kids and their families to our ocean friends will create a generation of excited, enthusiastic, and caring ocean lovers who care deeply about marine life. Who knows? Maybe it will encourage future scientists and conservationists! Seeing and getting to know, and love, our ocean friends, and feeling the excitement of discovery, is a great way to encourage saving the ocean for future generations. It includes ocean and marine life education and tips on how kids, and everyone they know, can help save our ocean friends.
It is available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble among other retailers, but you can get it for 20% off directly from me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out my new author page at www.tamwarnerminton.com.
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