Tuesday, June 8, 2010

World Oceans Day

Did you know last year the United Nations officially declared June 8th as World Oceans Day? A special day to pay tribute and reflect on the value of our oceans. Especially right now with the BP oil disaster in the gulf of Mexico and our decision of only eating fish/seafood for the month of June, we felt it was appropriate to dedicate a blog post to our oceans and thank the oceans for all it has done for us.

Oceans, we greatly appreciate your continual patience with everything that comes your way.

Dramatic Oregon Coast

Seal Rock, Ecola State Park - Oregon Coast

Hwy 101, California Coastline, Monterey Bay

Andeman Coast - Phuket, Thailand

We thank you for the endless hours of recreation, reflection and fun. Who doesn't love a day at the beach?

Parasailing in Nha Trang, Vietnam

Sanur, Bali

A day at Bondi Beach - Sydney, Australia

Oceans, we love you so much we builds cities around you and places to reflect on your beauty.

Sydney Harbor and Opera House from Luna Park - Sydney, Australia

Bungalows on the beach - Ko Phangan, Thailand

View of the ocean from Park Central Hotel - Miami, Florida

Promenade Des Anglais - Nice, France

Puerto Penasco, Mexico

Woman walking on the beach - Portland Parish, Jamaica

Oceans, please know we thank you for your abundance and life sustain ways.

Fishermen - Sanur, Bali

Parrot Fish - Maya Bay, Thailand

Thank you Oceans for just being there. All is right with the world when the ocean waves are crashing.

Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam

Ko Samui, Thailand

And lastly, thank you for your beautiful sunsets. We promise to be more careful with you and know that we do love you.

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