One thing I especially like about the work of John Hemmen is exemplified in the accompanying image: showing not just fish but relationships.
When the sea turns its enormous power against us, our best defense is to get out of its way — but to do that, we must first be able to predict when and where it will strike.
The International Marine Conservation Congress (May 14-18, 2011 in Victoria BC) distinguished itself by incorporating art into the long days of technical talks by scientists. I reported earlier on a beautiful and moving song by a 10 year old who performed at the conference. A tall totem pole, a permanent part of the conference center […]
This speaks of the full circle of life and how we are all connected. The bear feeds on the salmon and as it travels it contributes to the growth and well being of all that grow on our mountains.
“I’m swimming through an amazing school of different types of small fish. There’s hundreds of them, and they’re swimming along with me.”
A unique DVD with 3 separate sets of age appropriate movies for high school, middle school and primary school audiences.
Funded by the Puget Sound Partnership, Voices of the Strait documents life on the Strait of Juan de Fuca over the last 80 years.
Thursday Jan. 13, 2011 at 10:00 p.m. PBS station KBTC (from Tacoma) aired “The World Below,” a half-hour special about local videographer John F. Williams featuring some of his work.