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  • As an artist I express many of my emotions and opinions through my art and with a hope of creating emotional response from the viewer.

Project "Live and let live" is a vision I had through which I wanted to put across the message that @vidula_chopra_rastogi had in her article.

#coexist #liveandletlive
  • As an artist I express many of my emotions and opinions through my art and with a hope of creating emotional response from the viewer.

    Project "Live and let live" is a vision I had through which I wanted to put across the message that @vidula_chopra_rastogi had in her article.

    #coexist #liveandletlive
  •  46  4  59 minutes ago

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  • ✒+📷 @thomaspeschak:

Honored to have won a @worldpressphoto award for this work that afforded me the privilege to live in the islands for six months. Creating this in-depth photographic coverage of how Galapagos’s iconic wildlife will be impacted by climate change was one of the most difficult but also most fulfilling stories I have ever shot.
  • ✒+📷 @thomaspeschak:

    Honored to have won a @worldpressphoto award for this work that afforded me the privilege to live in the islands for six months. Creating this in-depth photographic coverage of how Galapagos’s iconic wildlife will be impacted by climate change was one of the most difficult but also most fulfilling stories I have ever shot.
  •  9,773  79  17 June, 2019
  • I went looking for the baby bunnies with fingers crossed today.  And...I saw one!  Sitting very close to where I put him last night!  And he seemed great!! I looked for the other one and finally saw him, too!  He was much more hidden, but I got down to take a closer look, and.........
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IT WAS THE WHOLE BABY BUNNY NEST!!! Safe, sound, and with MORE babies in it!!!
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I counted 4 or 5, total.  And they looked dry, happy and healthy in their little cave!  Mama bun did a great job making them a bunny cave under a root!
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Pic 1: OMG THE BABY NEST!!! How many of you are IN there??
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Pic 2:  Who us?  In here?? A lot!
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Pic 3:  Very well hidden!  Bravo buns!
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And I can sleep better now.  I feel certain that the two I put back in the area found their way back to the nest - with or without mama's help.  And that she's feeding them at their nest.
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I'm going to try to keep an eye on them.  Watch them grow and keep them safe from afar.
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Well, as afar as possible considering they're right in the middle of the busiest area on the farm.  The adult bunnies here are so used to me and the animals.  They come out in the evenings to eat scratch with the chickens before bedtime.
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We all live together happily!  The baby nest is actually right in the middle of a spot I am putting in a food garden.  I will wait until they are grown and out of the nest before planting that spot.  And I'll just plant extra for them to eat with us!  #coexistwithwilderness
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  • I went looking for the baby bunnies with fingers crossed today. And...I saw one! Sitting very close to where I put him last night! And he seemed great!! I looked for the other one and finally saw him, too! He was much more hidden, but I got down to take a closer look, and.........
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    IT WAS THE WHOLE BABY BUNNY NEST!!! Safe, sound, and with MORE babies in it!!!
    .
    I counted 4 or 5, total. And they looked dry, happy and healthy in their little cave! Mama bun did a great job making them a bunny cave under a root!
    .
    Pic 1: OMG THE BABY NEST!!! How many of you are IN there??
    .
    Pic 2: Who us? In here?? A lot!
    .
    Pic 3: Very well hidden! Bravo buns!
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    And I can sleep better now. I feel certain that the two I put back in the area found their way back to the nest - with or without mama's help. And that she's feeding them at their nest.
    .
    I'm going to try to keep an eye on them. Watch them grow and keep them safe from afar.
    .
    Well, as afar as possible considering they're right in the middle of the busiest area on the farm. The adult bunnies here are so used to me and the animals. They come out in the evenings to eat scratch with the chickens before bedtime.
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    We all live together happily! The baby nest is actually right in the middle of a spot I am putting in a food garden. I will wait until they are grown and out of the nest before planting that spot. And I'll just plant extra for them to eat with us! #coexistwithwilderness
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  •  942  37  24 June, 2019
  • ADVICE TO AVOID
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I want to begin this post by stressing how important it is to have a support system that includes people who are genuinely invested in you and your children's well-being.
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Even so, let's talk about the Top 3 people you don't need input from if you hope to achieve elite co-parent status.
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1.) Haters
These are, literally, people who hate everything your ex does or says, no matter what, just because he/she is an "ex". They have a very contagious negative energy and are on a mission to convince you that the very thought of breathing within 73 miles of your ex is disgusting and you're disgusting for even thinking about it. You can either put them on mute or remove them from your inner circle, but either way, they have to go because their concern is neither you or your children - the hate runs deep.
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2.) Enablers
These are people who do not fact check and are only interested in encouraging bad behaviors justified by kinship or "loyalty". By definition an enabler is: a person who encourages or enables negative or self-destructive behavior in another. Problem is, they won't give you a healthy or balanced perspective, they'll be skewed towards the negative: either for you or against you.
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3.) Know-it-alls
Super irritating, right? Regardless of what you say or how you say it, they act like they are experts on all things yet this person has either zero practical experience or has merely sampled your circumstances.
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They can never really give you healthy advice because a.) they have no practical experience, or b.) just want to seem "right" deplete of logic. It's probably best not to ask for their insight at all, ever.
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Ideally, surround yourself with people or resources that are knowledgeable (i.e. years of real life experience), logical, and upbeat. It'll make a massive impact on how you approach co-parenting and dramatically lessen any resentment you feel for attempting to coexist with someone who may have hurt you badly.
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Marginalize anyone who doesn't have your child's peace of mind in mind when they are doling out advice.
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We hope this helps, it's over 25 years of experience talking. @thecoparentingcollective
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#coparenting
  • ADVICE TO AVOID
    .

    I want to begin this post by stressing how important it is to have a support system that includes people who are genuinely invested in you and your children's well-being.
    .

    Even so, let's talk about the Top 3 people you don't need input from if you hope to achieve elite co-parent status.
    .

    1.) Haters
    These are, literally, people who hate everything your ex does or says, no matter what, just because he/she is an "ex". They have a very contagious negative energy and are on a mission to convince you that the very thought of breathing within 73 miles of your ex is disgusting and you're disgusting for even thinking about it. You can either put them on mute or remove them from your inner circle, but either way, they have to go because their concern is neither you or your children - the hate runs deep.
    .

    2.) Enablers
    These are people who do not fact check and are only interested in encouraging bad behaviors justified by kinship or "loyalty". By definition an enabler is: a person who encourages or enables negative or self-destructive behavior in another. Problem is, they won't give you a healthy or balanced perspective, they'll be skewed towards the negative: either for you or against you.
    .

    3.) Know-it-alls
    Super irritating, right? Regardless of what you say or how you say it, they act like they are experts on all things yet this person has either zero practical experience or has merely sampled your circumstances.
    .
    They can never really give you healthy advice because a.) they have no practical experience, or b.) just want to seem "right" deplete of logic. It's probably best not to ask for their insight at all, ever.
    .

    Ideally, surround yourself with people or resources that are knowledgeable (i.e. years of real life experience), logical, and upbeat. It'll make a massive impact on how you approach co-parenting and dramatically lessen any resentment you feel for attempting to coexist with someone who may have hurt you badly.
    .

    Marginalize anyone who doesn't have your child's peace of mind in mind when they are doling out advice.
    .

    We hope this helps, it's over 25 years of experience talking. @thecoparentingcollective
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    .
    .
    #coparenting
  •  837  63  24 June, 2019
  • Making direct eye contact with a Tiger shark 🦈
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Photography by @juansharks
  • Making direct eye contact with a Tiger shark 🦈
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    Photography by @juansharks
  •  9,410  106  25 June, 2019