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Hawksbill sea turtle hatchling (Eretmochelys imbricata) making its way to sea after hatching. Mt. Irvine Back Bay, Trinidad & Tobago, W.I. Hatchling sea turtles have a 1:1000 chance of making it to adulthood. Coastal development, light pollution, accidental bycatch, and poaching on nesting beaches continue to adversely affect both nesting females and hatchlings, increasing mortality and decreasing their chances for survival.
You are not your thoughts, you only have them, they come and go, just like the waves of the sea! You are always bigger than any thinking you are able to think or any other thinkers ever thought ... We all are unlimited creativity that can be vehicle of expressions (out) of Love. --John Kuhles April 10th, 2014
Late one July evening, walking slowly along the edge of a wheat field near his village – Cousset, in Switzerland – looking for subjects to photograph, Etienne noticed ‘a little ball’ stuck to an ear of wheat. ‘To my surprise,’ says Etienne, ‘it was a harvest mouse, nibbling the grain.’ Etienne approached until he was a few metres away and managed to photograph the tiny mouse at various angles before it scuttled back down the wheat stalk. ‘The meeting was brief but extraordinary,’ he adds. ‘This…