Menoducational; Keeping Thursdays Meaningful

Originally, 'serious Thursdays' were for the actual YAMster menomoirs, but got halted on those and am still fighting an inner debate as to whether to restart. Anyway, by default, my role as OoWaC meant that needed a regular space for showcasing items of concern and global or community interest. Not least among concerns, of course, is environment and the critters within it. This beautiful film brings forth some interesting info and highlights what needs to be done to avert yet another extinction.


Black and White from Dustin Adamson on Vimeo.


8 comments:

  1. YaYa I meant to tell you I saw The Purpose of Dogs back in February...it was so wonderful. You showcased it recently I think

    I'll keep a watch for this one too you are a good reviewer.
    Hugs HiC

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    1. Hari OM
      Oh lucky you - the dogs hasn't hit our screens yet! This one here is just the short; this is the complete film short. Yxx

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  2. That is a beautiful film highlighting an issue about which I was previously unaware. A great find. Thanks! Gail.

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  3. it's so sad that money counts more than a life... and I hope that the good people who respect lives are more than those who don't care as long as the pockets are filled with green papers...

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  4. Most of my "God moments" have been underwater...One being with my hubby and one of these beautiful creatures. I swear the Manta played with us first by tickling itself with our bubbles and then doing somersaults before us. It is so very sad to see them(along with many other species) being wronged.

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  5. It is so sad how we humans think we are the only thing on earth that is of importance. janice xx

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  6. Thank you fur sharing and it is woofy-good to have you back!
    Your Furend,
    Louis Dog Armstrong

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