“Granting legal personhood for water reverses the accepted hierarchy of humanity’s domination over water.” Incredible TED Talk on the rights of rivers and lakes, and what we can do to bring about the changes necessary for its protection.
Precious, thirst-quenching, and so easily taken for granted.
When I was about seven years old, I sat on the rug in front of the TV eating my morning Vegemite toast and watched my own private horror show. Sesame Street was on. An animated cartoon segment played, in which a young boy went into the bathroom to brush his teeth and left the water running as he did so.Continue reading “Water is Life”
There wasn’t really a moment in my youth when I thought the welfare of salmon would be high on my list of priorities, but here we are. Take a look at this trailer, and then watch a movie that shines a light on the bleak outlook for salmon, for the species that depend on them for food, and the possibilities for change before it’s too late.Continue reading “Artifishal Trailer”
Not for the first time that week, I sat on a rock overlooking the falls, hypnotised by the efforts of scarred and withered salmon battling their way up a waterfall trying to understand the lesson that I might learn from them.Continue reading “Fishing for Answers with Salmon”
Do you ever get those days where you just can’t help but think you’re dreaming? I felt like that when I was first told I got the job working for Eagle Wing Tours on Vancouver Island. I also got that feeling on the day I shot these photos and videos.Continue reading “Wee Whale Watching Video”
It’s not often you find yourself on a sunny October morning with an offer to join a group of rad people to go kayaking around Victoria Harbour. But when you do get that offer, you go.Continue reading “‘Yakin in Victoria, BC”