Camera in tow, Jana Morgan and a few friends dove in and looked around. Her images expose a mesmerizing world of green sea grass and a community of marine mammals that seem blissfully ignorant of the debate that rages on land about how to split the cove’s sand between people and animals fckeditor. – UT San Diego
A great move by the photographer, but I don’t need the photos 시네마 4d 무료 다운로드. I am a full supporter of the seals on this one. By my reckoning, every inch of the coast is owned by humans, so why not give them this small section?
The debate rages around the famous La Jolla Children’s Pool, originally created for the kids of La Jolla then taken over by the seals zeromq. That happened many decades ago and ever since a fight has been raging among the local community.
The creator of the man-made cove built the cement walls to shield children from harsh waves 다운로드. She then willed it to the children of future (hence the name Children’s Pool).
Then the seals came in, 100s of them, and it became an instant tourist attraction 다운로드. This places environmentalists and nature lovers on one side, open-access for children on the other side. An unfortunate split.
The debate still rages every morning as both sides trek out to the beach and mark their territory 다운로드. The open-access folks plant a flag in the sand that says “open” and shoo away the seals from that part of the beach. During which the pro-seal activists film this to ensure no harmful shoo-ing occurs, and, lately, document any problems the pregnant seals and baby seals encounter with all this conflict 다운로드.
If you’re interested, join the pro-seal cause – Facebook – Save La Jolla Seals