March 26, 2011 6 Comments
With all the trauma that has happened in Japan recently, I thought I would share something that I found this morning. It is incredibly tranquil and arguably one of the most satisfying four minutes I have spent today.
This aquarium is located in Okinawa, Japan. I have been so captivated by the footage that was shot here, that I have watched this several times. The scale of the creatures in this video made my ten-year old stand with her jaw wide open. I have to admit that I don’t blame her.
It is important to remember that while the tragedy in Japan is significant, and the effects will be lasting, cities will be rebuilt, and the people that have been lost will be remembered, and that life will move on. It always does. Life always finds a way to keep moving.
- Dear Japan, (spkurmnd.wordpress.com)
- Japan Earthquake (dosweatthesmallstuff.wordpress.com)
- On what is the meaning of traveling to me – Okinawa-Kunigamison, Japan (travelpod.com)