Schooling Hammerhead Sharks are a unique encounter here on the big island of Hawaii, and we at Torpedo Tours were lucky enough to get to swim with them multiple times this year on our daytime charters. Maybe it’s your lucky day the next time you come out with Torpedo Tours!! 🔨🦈
OUR DELUXE ELEMENT BOX is Available at our shoppe and located in our New Goodies and Apothecary sections of our shoppe!! This extraordinary Element set is like no other!! A lot of thought and love for the elements went into this set. Our box measures 8 -1/2 inches wide and 12" inches long and is 3 inches in depth with a glass top.
Inside the set includes 32 herb jars with their element symbols (8 of each element) see as follows below:
First Layer of the Box ~
1. Earth: Fern, Mugwort, Fireweed, Horsetail, Cotton, Cypress, Sagebrush and Patchouli
2. Fire: Rosemary, Sunflower, Damania, Snake Root, Peppermint, Pomegranate, Galangal Root and Thistle
3. Water: Lotus, Orris Root, Rose, Thyme, Sandalwood, Lilac, Moonwort and Willow
4. Air: Broom, Linden, Lemon Verbena, Dandelion, Lavender, Bergamot, Meadowsweet and Mint
Next, we included 4 different Element Resins: Benzoin, Dragon's Blood, Myrrh and Sal Tree
Then we added in our Wicked House REsin Blends of each of the 4 elements for you to try out.
Second Layer of the Box ~ We are adding 4 bottles of mini stones in each of the elements. (see as follows ~ One bottle of each stone)
1. Earth: Green Aventurine, Emerald, Malachite and Turritella
2. Fire: Tiger's Eye, Carnelian, Bloodstone and Sunstone
3. Water: Aquamarine, Amethyst, Moonstone and Lapis Lazuli
4. Air: Fluorite, Smokey Quartz, Rutilated Quartz and Citrine
We then included 1 bottle of incense of each of our Sabbat blends
Because we are in love with our new element parchment candle holder set, we decided to add it into this collection too!
To purchase this individually, it would cost $286.00, but because we love this set so much we are selling it for $190.00, which is a $96.00 savings to you!
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Today, photographer @RandyOlson is taking over the @NatGeo Instagram feed as we launch Planet or Plastic? (#PlanetorPlastic ), a multiyear effort to raise awareness about the global plastic crisis. All day, Randy will be sharing photographs he made on assignment for National Geographic, documenting plastic waste around the globe.
Since October, I’ve spent months photographing plastic waste across the world. So what have I learned? Basically, since the line in the 1967 movie, The Graduate: "I’ve got one word for you son: Plastics.” … the world’s plastic product has skyrocketed. The planet produced 448 million tons of plastic in 2015 alone — just one year! As much as 6.3 billion tons in total now sits in landfills, in the ocean, or scattered across the landscape of multiple continents. More than 40% of plastics are used just once, and then tossed. In the photo above, a woman is dwarfed by a mountain of plastic. She lives at this landfill outside Mumbai, and starts her day gathering plastic while a long line of garbage trucks roll in from the mega-city. Every dumpsite I visited was full of plastic pickers. There is so much more plastic compared to other recyclable materials. #PlanetorPlastic
These images are part of a multiyear effort to raise awareness about the global plastic waste crisis. Learn what you can do to help. Take Your Pledge: natgeo.com/environment/plasticpledge
This is perspective. We need to change before we are consumed by our horrendous worldly habits. We are killing our Planet.
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Sun Xueli is wearing a blouse involuntarily assorted with the mountain of plastic bottles that surround her. Her work is to detach the paper strips and sort the plastic bottles by color. When the bottles arrive to her, at the colleting point in Hua Jü Yuan in the south of Beijing, they have already passed trough three stages: the migrant worker that collects them in the road, the intermediary that has bought them and then sold them in bulk to the contractor that rents this space from the state owned company China Recycling Development Corporation. CRDC will then sell the sorted bottles to a factory in the south of China that will eventually recycle them. / Photo by @paolowoods #china#planetorplastic#plastic
Bless her and this contractor. 🙏💚
The dolphins cry. why we let the ocean die? why we pass the blame? does it never end?
Hope that the ocean is blue and fields are green and the laughter is the language of the world.
you can be a protecter refuse using plastic.