Monday, August 8, 2011

my world Tuesday/outdoor wednesday/watery wednesday/Save our world:Save our rivers







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When I was little, Dad used to take us to a little park not too far from these photos to watch ocean going ships unload their cargo. Look at it now.

Photos courtesy my old friend Choon Ming

Something terrible last year, my heart bled. The river bled. Do click on this link of last year's post

http://annkschin.blogspot.com/2010/10/save-worldlook-what-they-done-to-my.html

11 comments:

jabblog said...

This is so sad. Water is essential.

ladyfi said...

It looks very dry. What a shame!

Kim, USA said...

Very familiar scene Ann. Philippine rivers are like that too because of illegal loggers cutting trees in the mountain without even replanting trees. When it rained in the mountain of course there will be soil erosion this makes the river water muddy and sooner flash flood would come down and it would be huge disaster which happened all the time in the Philippines. It's sad and I hope people realized that we have to plant trees in the mountain going down and never abuse Mother nature. ^_^

Watery Wednesday

Light and Voices said...

Sadly, trees need to be planted when one is taken down.
Joyce M

LV said...

We certainly need help in those areas as well as many others. Our world is in a terrible state. I am not sure what is going to help, except the good Lords to step in.

January said...

oh.. that's sad.. Philippines usually has these scenes too and it's very painful to see people suffer because of natural disasters..:(

Here’s my Watery Wednesday

SandyCarlson said...

Sad, indeed. I am sorry.

Light and Voices said...

Ann, I am using Picassa a free photo editing program.
Joyce M

Eden said...

I agree with what my fellow Filipino bloggers said here. This is a common scene in the Philippines. It's sad.

SandyCarlson said...

Heart-rending, Ann. No doubt about it.

Brenna @ Almost All The Truth said...

It is heart-breaking what we are leaving for the next generation. They won't have those memories like you have with your dad. So sad.