December 9, 2010
The Clean Ocean project website need all the support it can get.
Photographer JOAO VIANNA, who photographs the archipelago of Fernando de Noronha (Brazil) 10 years ago, was fortunate in his last trip to the island to make this photograph.
"I was fortunate to be in the right place at the right time.
Was doing some underwater photos at Padre Cliff and to my surprise the dolphins appeared. I noticed they were very communicative and one of them appeared to bring a message for me to take as many people as possible.
A message in photography, to reflect on our consumption habits. "
Let's vote, this photo is competing in THE CONTEST National Geographic, winning, will use the prize ($ 10,000) to fund an environmental education project to reduce plastic bag use in Fernando de Noronha (Brazil archipelago). Therefore we ask for your vote for a man dedicated to nature!
To vote just follow this link and vote 10!
Posted by Pool 32 Admin at 9.12.10