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We can't survive without mangroves

“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” ALBERT EINSTEIN

By Alex P. Vidal

We are glad that during the ceremonial mangrove planting 15th Pista sang Kakahuyan in Ermita, Dumangas, Iloilo last Sept. 754 more words


Studio Archive - Landscape in Oil Paint

I have a beautiful box of oil paints which until last week I’d been too afraid to use. For my first attempt I decided to work from real life rather than a photo and set up my easel on our balcony overlooking the mangroves. 223 more words

Studio Archives

A quick tour around Mactan Island

It’s our second work-related trip to Cebu this year.

This month of October 2014, hubby and I went again to Cebu due to the two cases that we are handling before the Court of Appeals Visayas and Office of the City Prosecutor. 480 more words


Grenade of Colors

Scarlet Grenadiers (Lathrecista asiatica) are another example of a common species that should not be underestimated in terms of ability to stun. Despite being found from India to Australia, they are still restricted to forested nature reserves in Singapore – this individual was spotted at Pasir Ris Mangroves.


Cangrejo Violinista


En Puerto Rico viven muchas especies de cangrejos o como se conocen coloquialmente “jueyes”. Estos crustáceos se encuentran en casi toda la isla. En este caso hablaremos del cangrejo violinista. 261 more words


Mangroves may shelter some corals from global warming

Study documents ‘climate refuge’ in Virgin Islands

Staff Report

FRISCO — Some coral species are finding a refuge of sorts from global warming by finding new habitat in the shade of red mangrove trees. 298 more words


A Lookback - MiMi's Mangroves by MiMi Stirn - "Backbay"

MiMi Stirn Artistry – MiMi’s Mangroves – Backbay

MiMi Stirn Artistry – MiMi’s Mangroves – Backbay

MiMi Stirn Artistry – MiMi’s Mangroves – Backbay

MiMi Stirn Artistry – MiMi’s Mangroves – Backbay… 7 more words