Lately, I’ve been constantly reminded about our planet, and thought I alter things up a bit for today’s blog post and speak about the conservancy of the environment. Every day I see a lot of concerning issues revolving around the state of our oceans, the standard of the air we breathe, and the overall impact we are having on our planet. During my short trip to Nanyuki, I saw the Aberdare forest on fire.
Aberdare Forest on Fire:
The weather was ideal for some landscape photography, as seen in the images above. Unfortunately, later that night, the Aberdare forest caught fire. I had to go shoot this the next day. So I did some research and discovered that, unfortunately, fire spreads quickly and uncontrollably in the process of some crooks smoking bees away while harvesting honey.
I honestly worry about the amount of damage to human life, vegetation, animals, and ecosystems that have evolved over the years. Now more than ever is the time to begin thinking about a healthier environment and a healthier population. Below is what I do regularly to preserve my environment:
1. I mostly ride my bike to commute.
2. I do not litter.
3. I do not burn plastic trash.
4. I save water and energy.
5. I use reusable bags. I’m happy the government of my country said no to plastic bags.
Are you curious about taking care of the environment? Please leave a comment below. I’m curious to hear what you do to help minimize your impact. Peace and Love.