Call To Action on this Planet–Racing Extinction Tonight at 9 PM EST
If you follow me and read this blog, you know that I have a passion for the environment and the creatures that inhabit it. Yesterday, on a dreary, dismal, dank, and overall gloomy day, my wife and my father visited the National Geographic Museum in DC to see the amazing work of Joel Sartore. His Photo Ark of extinct or near extinct species on this planet is moving, inspiring, tearful, shameful, eyeopening, jaw-dropping, and purely beautiful. His images capture a one-on-one connection with every being that he encounters. This is a collection and an exhibition that every human on this planet needs to see and inhale. If it doesn’t move you or cause you to question your actions as a human being, then something is terribly wrong.
I have included a few of my wildlife photos–I hope you enjoy!
Posted on December 2, 2015, in Education, Health, Media & Trends, Philosophy, Wellness and tagged a soft voice in a noisy world, book, call to action, cure, DC, Discovery Channel, Disease, doctors, global, Health, illness, Joel Sartore, Karl Robb, media, medicine, National Geographic, National Geographic Museum in Washington, nature, news, Parkinson's Disease, patient, Photo Ark, positive thinking, Racing Extinction, support, wellness, wildlife. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.