Just listened to this one with Sylvia Earle.
Sylvia Earle: That’s the joy of being a scientist and explorer. You do what little children do. You ask questions like: Who? What? Why? When? Where? How? [laughs] And you never stop, and you never cease being surprised. It’s just impossible to be bored.
these lines felt like a poem that flowed out of her-
"But the flash and sparkle and glow of bioluminescent creatures. There were corals that just grow in a single stretch, no branches, like giant bedsprings, from the ocean floor. And when I touched them, little rings of blue fire pulsed all the way down, from where I touched to the base of these spiraling creatures."
2. This movie- Maudie
3. This illustrated book I bought awhile ago but took it off the shelf again to be awed again.
Love these illustrations by Janice Nadeau http://www.janicenadeau.com/books/harvey/ and the story by Herve Bouchard https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herv%C3%A9_Bouchard is a beautiful one about loss and being a child.