😔 anyone else feeling helpless with all the news on the Amazon...? .. they are making it look like a mistake but in actual fact these fires are human induced to make space for logging and farming, i grew up on a farm and during the dry season it’s good to burn the area to make space for cows to graze... so...is this all for the human consumption of meat? We all need to cut down or cut out if so. There is no more time to waste. Look at my stories for some documentaries to educate yourselves. We are not so helpless after all.
Anyone who really knows me knows I love to be freely creative. I love beauty in all its forms. This is my creative process when making swim for my @tropicofc community. Each piece is carefully put together and thought out to make a girl feel her most beautiful. I start with simple silhouettes and start forming the piece by trimming here and there on my own body to get the most flattering result possible. I love it all, from beginning to end and then I get to enjoy them all on the beautiful beaches I visit! This is such a gratifying process for me and even better when I see how beautiful you all look and feel in them. This is how #savannah came to life #comingsoon#resort19
Today is my fathers birthday! The most incredible father, husband and now grandpa! I couldn’t have been blessed with a better role model than him. My father is the most selfless dedicated loyal and kind person I know. My heart explodes with love when I see how much my sons adore him. You are so loved dad. Happiest birthday ganpa 🥰
THESE EYES. They belong to Save the Rhino Trust Namibian trackers and Rhino Rangers - the men who risk everything, everyday to protect the last free-roaming population of black rhinos left on earth. They’ve seen it all, and they still see HOPE in the madness. So today on World Ranger Day July 31, let’s show them we see them and help them do their job for rhinos, for us and for the future of this planet! Join me, @savetherhinonamibia and @wildnetorg by sharing this picture and donating at https://donate.wildnet.org/srt Let’s spread awareness using #eyeseeyou
I had an unforgettable experience spending time with the Pataxó tribe in South Bahia Brazil. Sharing knowledge art and ritual. 11,000 Pataxó people currently live inside their protected land in different communities. Porto do Boi consists of a small family community who created a Cultural Centre to be open for visitors since 2004. In 2013 their main structure fell down due to the lack of income to maintain the structure. Since then the community had to find other ways of sustaining themselves moving to cities in search of jobs. As a consequence, the Cultural Centre of Porto Do Boi had to close their doors. The current leader Tige Maturemba Baixu is now gathering help to rebuild the Culture Centre and revive the Pataxó Culture with the help of visitors and volunteers. The relationship the Pataxó people have maintained with nature and their surroundings led to the development of an acute spiritual consciousness... Celebrating the moon, the sun and many other entities through various rituals and prayers, the lifestyle of the Pataxó tribe is still oriented today in close connection and relation with the transcendental bond their ancestors have developed with their natural environment. Thank you @portodoboi for sharing your beauty with me and my friends. 🦜🌱🌿 www.portodoboi.com