Water, water every where, dare any a drop to drink….

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With apologies to Samuel Taylor Coleridge, we live, for the most part in a very watery world. It is the giver of life; but for how much longer?  The level of pollution in our streams, lakes and oceans is simply not apparent to most people. We grab our glass or bottle of highly processed H2O and think nothing of it.

And yet, for the most part, we, and the environment around us flourish. For now. dsc_0281

Water can be for fun/pleasure, a sustainer of life, a safe environment for wildlife, provider of food, a means of employment, a thing of beauty, and a destroyer of life.

As for myself, and I hope also for most of you who read this blog, the well has not run dry. I can only hope for future generations that the life stream will still be there.

So raise your glass with the elixir of life, but remember, fish were there first, and we all know what they do in water!!H2O

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About Dan Drews

At the encouragement of my better half, the blogging thing has taken off. So far it has been a compilation of rants, self exposure, stories, pictures and just plain silliness. after all, I'm 73 and allowed! Always looking forward to the blogs of others, there is so much that needs to be shared, and with that in mind......... Now it is your turn.
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5 Responses to Water, water every where, dare any a drop to drink….

  1. Mabel Kwong says:

    Beautifully said. There are many faces of water. As you said, it can give us life but at the same time it can be destructive. Fact is, we cannot survive without water and it is never too late to start conserving water and not taking it for granted.

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  3. Miriam says:

    Lovely pictures. Cheers to you Dan. With a glass of the pure stuff. 🙂

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