Phew! What a smell.
He said to me; Zac would you have a happy face if you were to live down here?
Just a look at this little Pug dog's facial expression told me that he was not a happy chappy :)
We are fortunate to have both nature and the sea to take walks during the power cuts here. People are very angry about the struggles created by the power cuts and you can imagine what it's like if a mother has to make food for her family and the power is off.
But let me rather show you some dog shots at the beach in the usual lighthearted manner.
Come and look.
I bet you that the Pug above would have a big smile on his face if he saw this lovely little lady.
And now the time has arrived for some action.
Wait! His master said.
Sit! And he obeyed.
GO! And he took off like a rocket.
And now for a bit of seriousness! Marian was on a slow walk when this little guy (Jack Russel) came along.
There she was with her green bag picking up waste and plastic on the beach sand.
Now imagine if every beach visitor had a bag to collect the littered rubbish on the sand. It would really improve the debilitating conditions that kill the ocean life. But as usual I have an idea.
What if I were to get a few rolls of degradable cloth and I get some volunteers to sew the cloth into bags. Then I will get a few volunteers to stand at the beach entrances and to hand the bags to each person that steps onto the beach. We can place big signs at each volunteer post that reads;
Thank you for the visit and please only leave your footprints on the sand
I wonder if this would work?
What do you think?
And That's All Friends.
Photos by Zac Smith-All Rights Reserved.
Camera: Canon Powershot SX70HS Bridge camera.
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