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  • Could orcas love their grandmas as much as we do? 🧐 According to recent research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, this may be likely. Data presented supports the theory that orca grandmothers play a crucial role in helping their grandchildren survive—and the stories are wild. Click the link in our bio to find out why orca grandmas are truly the MVPs of our ocean! 🌊 Photo by the talented @toddthimios. 📸
  • Could orcas love their grandmas as much as we do? 🧐 According to recent research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, this may be likely. Data presented supports the theory that orca grandmothers play a crucial role in helping their grandchildren survive—and the stories are wild. Click the link in our bio to find out why orca grandmas are truly the MVPs of our ocean! 🌊 Photo by the talented @toddthimios. 📸
  • 7,212 43 23 January, 2020
  • The power of the shorebreak! 🌊
Stunning clip by @clarklittle
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🏄 Tag a surfer!
  • The power of the shorebreak! 🌊
    Stunning clip by @clarklittle
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    🏄 Tag a surfer!
  • 6,948 101 27 January, 2020
  • Beautiful humpback whales!! 😍 Have you guys ever seen one? If so, where? 🐋
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🎥 Stunning video by: © Matthew Chew @mattchew83
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🐳 Share with someone who'd love to see this!
  • Beautiful humpback whales!! 😍 Have you guys ever seen one? If so, where? 🐋
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    🎥 Stunning video by: © Matthew Chew @mattchew83
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    🐳 Share with someone who'd love to see this!
  • 6,521 105 20 January, 2020

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  • 'I never get tired of the weightlessness and freedom of being surrounded by water.
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But it’s not just me, modern science has revealed a lot about the subconscious effects of water on our mental and physical well-being. We are programmed to seek, locate, detect and situate ourselves relative to water. It’s the reason why we all flock to the beach or swimming pool for holidays and why we go to great lengths to bring water features into our cities. It’s why waterfront properties maintain a premium value and more than likely it’s the reason why blue is the most popular colour by x3 or x4 times.
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Academics tells us that our emotional response to being near and around water comes from the oldest parts of our brain; a part that evolved even before language. Our ancient ancestors came out of the water and evolved from swimming to crawling to walking. Human foetuses still have “gill-slit” structures in their early stages of development and at four weeks old the human embryo grows fins first not feet. At five weeks old the heart of an embryo only has two chambers which is a characteristic shared by fish and human blood has a chemical composition that’s surprisingly similar to the ocean; its salty. The thing is we’re more closely connected to water and the oceans than most people would suspect and when we surround ourselves with water it changes our understanding and our consciousness of our place on the planet.' @zenaholloway

Read our latest interview with artistic photographer Zena Holloway. Link in bio.
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#underwater #underwaterphotography #zenaholloway #greentalk #manualproductions #creativestudio #environmentalthinking #environmentalstories #sustainabilitystorytelling #climatestories #water #oceans #ourplanet #blueplanet
  • 'I never get tired of the weightlessness and freedom of being surrounded by water.

    But it’s not just me, modern science has revealed a lot about the subconscious effects of water on our mental and physical well-being. We are programmed to seek, locate, detect and situate ourselves relative to water. It’s the reason why we all flock to the beach or swimming pool for holidays and why we go to great lengths to bring water features into our cities. It’s why waterfront properties maintain a premium value and more than likely it’s the reason why blue is the most popular colour by x3 or x4 times.

    Academics tells us that our emotional response to being near and around water comes from the oldest parts of our brain; a part that evolved even before language. Our ancient ancestors came out of the water and evolved from swimming to crawling to walking. Human foetuses still have “gill-slit” structures in their early stages of development and at four weeks old the human embryo grows fins first not feet. At five weeks old the heart of an embryo only has two chambers which is a characteristic shared by fish and human blood has a chemical composition that’s surprisingly similar to the ocean; its salty. The thing is we’re more closely connected to water and the oceans than most people would suspect and when we surround ourselves with water it changes our understanding and our consciousness of our place on the planet.' @zenaholloway

    Read our latest interview with artistic photographer Zena Holloway. Link in bio.
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    #underwater #underwaterphotography #zenaholloway #greentalk #manualproductions #creativestudio #environmentalthinking #environmentalstories #sustainabilitystorytelling #climatestories #water #oceans #ourplanet #blueplanet
  • 1 0 28 January, 2020
  • Morning 🥯

I would like to know what that wood was originally, (I mean, it was definitely a tree at some stage). I’m guessing maybe old groynes but that could be completely wrong as the other bits around it are laid out forming a sort of rectangle. If anyone knows, enlighten me.

The textures of it are lovely now though, whatever it was, the sea makes things so smooth and beautiful.
  • Morning 🥯

    I would like to know what that wood was originally, (I mean, it was definitely a tree at some stage). I’m guessing maybe old groynes but that could be completely wrong as the other bits around it are laid out forming a sort of rectangle. If anyone knows, enlighten me.

    The textures of it are lovely now though, whatever it was, the sea makes things so smooth and beautiful.
  • 24 3 28 January, 2020
  • When I get to choose what's on the TV 🐾 
@david_attenborough is my favourite. 🥰

Paw friends tell me who you enjoy watching on the TV, that is when you get to choose. 🤭
  • When I get to choose what's on the TV 🐾
    @david_attenborough is my favourite. 🥰

    Paw friends tell me who you enjoy watching on the TV, that is when you get to choose. 🤭
  • 20 1 28 January, 2020
  • I’m not crying, you’re crying 😭
  • I’m not crying, you’re crying 😭
  • 33 5 28 January, 2020
  • And on this boulder i lay
Feeling the moment of serenity 
Recalling the day i made a promise to wait
As i look at the vastness of the sea.
From that moment i knew
there was something in you that i cannot let go
And so i waited...
Until this moment
You are finally here
And I could touch and hold you near
That sometimes it felt so unreal.
To distinguish my dream and my reality
Is a difficulty
Because every moments we have
Is a bliss and things around us are placed beautifully 
And as i close my eyes to listen to the music of the sea
I didn't know you stood there to capture this tranquility 
While my thoughts wander
Beyond the clouds
And feeling the calmness deep inside me
You were busy staring at me
And yes i melted!!
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#lostofwords #blueplanet #PacificIsland #Philippines
  • And on this boulder i lay
    Feeling the moment of serenity
    Recalling the day i made a promise to wait
    As i look at the vastness of the sea.
    From that moment i knew
    there was something in you that i cannot let go
    And so i waited...
    Until this moment
    You are finally here
    And I could touch and hold you near
    That sometimes it felt so unreal.
    To distinguish my dream and my reality
    Is a difficulty
    Because every moments we have
    Is a bliss and things around us are placed beautifully
    And as i close my eyes to listen to the music of the sea
    I didn't know you stood there to capture this tranquility
    While my thoughts wander
    Beyond the clouds
    And feeling the calmness deep inside me
    You were busy staring at me
    And yes i melted!!
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    #lostofwords #blueplanet #PacificIsland #Philippines
  • 14 1 28 January, 2020
  • Halter Bra!
Fully lined halter bra top. Yoke with cross-strapping detail and back features vertical cross straps.
Boycut Briefs!
Mid-rise boycut shorts.
These two go perfectly together! By @danznmotionus
  • Halter Bra!
    Fully lined halter bra top. Yoke with cross-strapping detail and back features vertical cross straps.
    Boycut Briefs!
    Mid-rise boycut shorts.
    These two go perfectly together! By @danznmotionus
  • 3 1 28 January, 2020
  • ❤︎ 𝟙𝟝.𝟙𝟘.𝟙𝟟 ❤︎
三代目目当てで入ったのにドーベルに堕ちたBP💘初めて生で和希くんの歌声聴いたときの衝撃は忘れられない( ᵕ_ᵕ̩̩ )♡
  • ❤︎ 𝟙𝟝.𝟙𝟘.𝟙𝟟 ❤︎
    三代目目当てで入ったのにドーベルに堕ちたBP💘初めて生で和希くんの歌声聴いたときの衝撃は忘れられない( ᵕ_ᵕ̩̩ )♡
  • 2 1 28 January, 2020
  • We also love @SinaguaMalt, the innovative company that figured out how to make beer while saving water. 
We’ll tell you more about their amazing story soon but couldn’t wait to let the barley out of the bag. As they say.
  • We also love @SinaguaMalt, the innovative company that figured out how to make beer while saving water.
    We’ll tell you more about their amazing story soon but couldn’t wait to let the barley out of the bag. As they say.
  • 3 1 28 January, 2020
  • The kids are back at school and the routines begin again.
One of the things we’re doing is if we want to use packaged food (and let’s face it, it IS convenient) we buy one large packet and divide it up, rather than buying the small packets. This reduces the amount of plastic we use during each week. 
What kind of changes have you made to your lunch box routine to reduce plastic? ⠀
  • The kids are back at school and the routines begin again.
    One of the things we’re doing is if we want to use packaged food (and let’s face it, it IS convenient) we buy one large packet and divide it up, rather than buying the small packets. This reduces the amount of plastic we use during each week.
    What kind of changes have you made to your lunch box routine to reduce plastic? ⠀
  • 8 2 28 January, 2020
  • 아침의 첫 시작은 찐한 말차갸또쇼콜라로❣
블루플래닛 화요일인 오늘 열려있습니다 :) ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
🍰케이크
✔말차갸또쇼콜라
✔딸기바스크치즈케이크
✔순우유딸기
✔오레오초코
✔레몬파운드
✔쑥단호박파운드 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🍫다쿠아즈
✔바닐라 다쿠아즈
✔얼그레이 다쿠아즈
✔카라멜 다쿠아즈
✔쑥단호박 다쿠아즈
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
🍞빵
✔트리플치즈식빵
✔다크초코롤식빵
✔크렌베리식빵
✔순우유식빵⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🍪쿠키 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
✔다크초코아몬드튀일쿠키
✔코코넛튀일쿠키⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ✔시나몬호두사브레⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
✔커피코코넛사브레 ✔에그타르트⠀⠀⠀
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🥨블루플래닛은 유기농밀가루, 동물복지유정란,천연버터,순우유생크림만을 사용합니다🥨
  • 아침의 첫 시작은 찐한 말차갸또쇼콜라로❣
    블루플래닛 화요일인 오늘 열려있습니다 :) ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    🍰케이크
    ✔말차갸또쇼콜라
    ✔딸기바스크치즈케이크
    ✔순우유딸기
    ✔오레오초코
    ✔레몬파운드
    ✔쑥단호박파운드 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🍫다쿠아즈
    ✔바닐라 다쿠아즈
    ✔얼그레이 다쿠아즈
    ✔카라멜 다쿠아즈
    ✔쑥단호박 다쿠아즈
    ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    🍞빵
    ✔트리플치즈식빵
    ✔다크초코롤식빵
    ✔크렌베리식빵
    ✔순우유식빵⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🍪쿠키 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    ✔다크초코아몬드튀일쿠키
    ✔코코넛튀일쿠키⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ✔시나몬호두사브레⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    ✔커피코코넛사브레 ✔에그타르트⠀⠀⠀
    ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🥨블루플래닛은 유기농밀가루, 동물복지유정란,천연버터,순우유생크림만을 사용합니다🥨
  • 33 1 28 January, 2020
  • Last week, Atlantic Marine Conservation Society partnered with Avalon Park and Preserve, Stony Brook students for a seal walk at Crane Neck Point. Though we didn't see any seals, we picked up 60 pounds of marine debris, including buoys and ghost fishing gear. 
During a land-based seal survey training at Cupsogue Beach County Park, we saw  approximately 150 harbor seals hauled out on the sandbar and rocks. 
Education is a large part of our work. Whether it is community beach cleanups, teaching necropsies, or volunteer trainings, working with the public to become stewards of the marine environment and promote conservation is essential. Learn about education programs at amseas.org/education and volunteer opportunities at amseas.org/volunteer.
Conservation starts with you!
  • Last week, Atlantic Marine Conservation Society partnered with Avalon Park and Preserve, Stony Brook students for a seal walk at Crane Neck Point. Though we didn't see any seals, we picked up 60 pounds of marine debris, including buoys and ghost fishing gear.
    During a land-based seal survey training at Cupsogue Beach County Park, we saw  approximately 150 harbor seals hauled out on the sandbar and rocks.
    Education is a large part of our work. Whether it is community beach cleanups, teaching necropsies, or volunteer trainings, working with the public to become stewards of the marine environment and promote conservation is essential. Learn about education programs at amseas.org/education and volunteer opportunities at amseas.org/volunteer.
    Conservation starts with you!
  • 43 1 28 January, 2020
  • On board the ship we give informative presentations about what travelers are seeing. We also have a question box for people to write questions that arise later during the day - I’m on board to talk to people about microscopic life and phytoplankton. I personally love the importance of these little organisms for earth and life. But I’m never quite sure others are enjoying the microscopic world as much as I think they might be! On this particular voyage with a dedicated Chinese group of travelers Im happy to see the question box is being flooded with questions about phytoplankton! One sign that phytoplankton are capturing the minds of visitors to the Antarctic! This question even came with a drawing! Other questions included “How many species exist? Why are they green? If krill eat phytoplankton why aren’t they green, and what do phytoplankton eat?” #invisibleforest #phytoplankton #planktonplanet #firstlife #oceanworld #blueplanet
  • On board the ship we give informative presentations about what travelers are seeing. We also have a question box for people to write questions that arise later during the day - I’m on board to talk to people about microscopic life and phytoplankton. I personally love the importance of these little organisms for earth and life. But I’m never quite sure others are enjoying the microscopic world as much as I think they might be! On this particular voyage with a dedicated Chinese group of travelers Im happy to see the question box is being flooded with questions about phytoplankton! One sign that phytoplankton are capturing the minds of visitors to the Antarctic! This question even came with a drawing! Other questions included “How many species exist? Why are they green? If krill eat phytoplankton why aren’t they green, and what do phytoplankton eat?” #invisibleforest #phytoplankton #planktonplanet #firstlife #oceanworld #blueplanet
  • 25 1 27 January, 2020
  • On board the ship we give informative presentations about what travelers are seeing. We also have a question box for people to write questions that arise later during the day - I’m on board to talk to people about microscopic life and phytoplankton. I personally love the importance of these little organisms for earth and life. But I’m never quite sure others are enjoying the microscopic world as much as I think they might be! On this particular voyage with a dedicated Chinese group of travelers Im happy to see the question box is being flooded with questions about phytoplankton! One sign that phytoplankton are capturing the minds of visitors to the Antarctic! This question even came with a drawing! Other questions included “How many species exist? Why are they green? If krill eat phytoplankton why aren’t they green, and what do phytoplankton eat?” #invisibleforest #phytoplankton #planktonplanet #firstlife #oceanworld #blueplanet
  • On board the ship we give informative presentations about what travelers are seeing. We also have a question box for people to write questions that arise later during the day - I’m on board to talk to people about microscopic life and phytoplankton. I personally love the importance of these little organisms for earth and life. But I’m never quite sure others are enjoying the microscopic world as much as I think they might be! On this particular voyage with a dedicated Chinese group of travelers Im happy to see the question box is being flooded with questions about phytoplankton! One sign that phytoplankton are capturing the minds of visitors to the Antarctic! This question even came with a drawing! Other questions included “How many species exist? Why are they green? If krill eat phytoplankton why aren’t they green, and what do phytoplankton eat?” #invisibleforest #phytoplankton #planktonplanet #firstlife #oceanworld #blueplanet
  • 43 0 27 January, 2020
  • I love octopus 🐙 Look at this camo 👀  pt.1
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Thanks @briotantoine for the good vibes 🔊
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Be more careful of our oceans and our seas 🙏🏽🌍
  • I love octopus 🐙 Look at this camo 👀 pt.1
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    Thanks @briotantoine for the good vibes 🔊
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    Be more careful of our oceans and our seas 🙏🏽🌍
  • 45 6 27 January, 2020