Weekly Photo Challenge: Life Watching the Water

The Weekly Photo Challenge is: H2O

“It is life, I think, to watch the water. A man can learn so many things.”                    ― Nicholas Sparks

Living on an island in front of the 11th largest fresh water lake in the world, I have learned so many things.

The ferries are our umbilical cord to the mainland. I have learned to tell time by watching them pass by our front door daily.

I have learned that water is the driving force of nature. We are recovering from a three-year drought. It has been so hard on the cows, birds, and horses.
img_1460img_1452img_3186img_7356I have learned that water brings fresh fish and work for the fishermen, it provides sustainable tourism, and recreation for our beautiful island.

img_1361img_1476img_1853I’ve learned that water is our most precious resource. Without it, there would be no life.
img_1420We are doing what we can to protect and preserve our biosphere reserve. Awareness first, action second.
img_2326It is an incredible gift to watch the water and take part in life from our island home in the middle of a giant sweet sea, in the middle of Nicaragua, in the middle of Central America.



16 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Life Watching the Water

  1. Beautiful pictures. Always nice to see those. And indeed we do need water to survive. I always have water pans all over my yard for all the wildlife that happens by. Water is scarce in the desert.

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