Pour l’océan, pour le climat, pour les hommes
Expédition Tour des deux Amériques solidaire en voilier
I will never thank you enough for your invitation. I savor every moment here, this environment speaks to me a lot, I'm in my element.
I did a hike today, besides very beautiful things, I saw:
At the roadside a badger hit by a car. By tracing roads and highways, Man blocks roads of other species making it difficult for them to access food and water, putting their lives at risk.
Further on I saw a scarecrow with a plastic helmet. Like a horror, this helmet seems to crush the scarecrow by reminding him that soon he will retire, so much the birds will have disappeared because of this other fear that is the plastic.
Further afield I saw banana trees, alocasias and yuccas resplendent in the middle of October in the middle of spruce, fir and other conifers that observe these banana diets, and who say to themselves "we will soon change the diet".
As for me, notwithstanding this ecological consciousness, I would have been infinitely happy except for the signs on the fountains that warn against the consumption of water.
(These texts are accompanied by the pictures taken today)
For ocean, for climate, for men
Tour des deux Amériques Expedition
Photos : auteur/author Tewfik Tahraoui