the most popular tank at the monterey aquarium had no fish in it… it had these tablets where kids could design their own fish that magically popped up in giant TV tanks… . brilliant… imagine an entire zoo like this.
the open sea
these photos, even though they are crappy, may be my favorite I’ve ever taken… although I’m not sure why… it’s not like i’m not trying to be artistic or anything with my pics which are usually crap photos taken with an iphone with a snarky comment or two… and I don’t feel like “The Open Sea” is a that clever of an analogy for hordes of silhouetted humans holding up iphones… but there was something spooky going on at this exhibit. . something weird and cold and quiet and inhuman… with the blues and blacks and thick square borders with the blurred tanks holding primeval critters in the background and the phrase “The Open Sea” …
it felt so… deep
Mutant fish in the CAP. It was over two feet long and had a big gash in it. No clue how it survived in there.
don’t worry about rising ocean temperatures… in the middle of Nebraska, people are working hard at SAVING THE REEF
The fish department in the Whole Foods in Scottsdale, Arizona, a city in the middle of the desert. Thankfully there was a sign that helped me navigate the waters of sustainability.
Do not think about sin, he thought. There are enough problems now without sin. Also I have no understanding of it.
– Ernest Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea