By S. J. Brown
Can one person truly make a difference, ABSOLUTELY. Think about this one person came up with the idea of bottling water. Last year alone Americans used approximately 50 billion bottles of water. Unfortunately only 23 percent of those bottles are recycled.
Have you ever heard of Rosa Parks? When she refused to give up her bus seat to a white man the civil rights movement exploded and continues today.
The millions of starlings found throughout the United States are descendants from 100 birds that one man imported and released into Central park, in New York City.
Thanks to the efforts of one man volunteers like me have planted hundreds, if not thousands of trees along WV waterways. These trees reduce run off, and erosion improving water quality for everyone. They provide homes and shade for wildlife, are esthetically pleasing and will stand tall for decades.
As a wildlife photographer, nature lover, tree hugger, wildlife advocate I know the power of one. One single location can make the difference between survival and teetering on the edge of extinction for migrating wildlife.
One source of clean water can quench the thirst of multitudes of people and critters.
One Image can make you laugh.
One click of my shutter button can make for a successful photo trip.
I strive to make this a better world one person at a time by sharing my images, experiences, and knowledge. How do you use the power of one?
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