Photo by @paulnicklen // emperor penguins are wonderful to watch as they waddle across the sea ice or glide on their bellies across the snow, however, nothing compares to watching the power, grace, agility and speed of an emperor penguin underwater. with over 300 feet of visibility (and 28f water temp) in the ross sea, antarctica, we were mesmerized as these 70 pound birds lived out their life cycle in these extreme polar conditions. with @goranehlme and @sea_legacy#oceanseveryday#20by2020
"i'm a lactation consultant and a nutritionist. in new orleans, [breastfeeding] is something all people need to know about. it's so important. because honestly, in this area, most of us still believe our b*****s are for our husbands or our boyfriends. [people] take it sexual. they think you're not supposed to [breastfeed]. others don't want to do it because ancestrally there were challenges behind slavery - wet nursing and everything that came about with that. and then you have the last piece where people never ever see people breastfeed, so they don't know what it's about." "how do you change that perception?" "we are working on that now! by changing visual perception, [holding] consistent classes, and having conversations like this one. every time i see a pregnant mom, i say 'so tell me how you're feeding your baby.' that's how we're going to change it. you know, my son is a senior in college and he was a point guard in basketball. he used to say that taking the ball from the other point guard was like stealing breastmilk from a baby!" #nolabeings#neworleans
Michael nemeroff, president of printfly, a t-shirt printing and embroidery business, walks through the production floor of their northeast philadelphia facility.
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