IOTD …. Images of the Day …. Special Edition …. “Rainbow Flag …. created by Gilbert Baker …. “!!


~~April 1, 2017~~ 


~Rainbow Flag Creator Gilbert Baker Dead at 65~

Thank you Gilbert for giving our community one of our greatest gifts.

You are a trailblazer for #LGBTQ youth around the world.

You will be missed!

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Gilbert Baker (June 2, 1951 – March 31, 2017) was an openly gay American artist and civil rights activist who designed the rainbow flag in 1978. Baker’s flag became widely associated with LGBT rights causes, a symbol of pride that became ubiquitous in the decades since its debut.

The colors on the Rainbow Flag reflect the diversity of the LGBT community.

When Baker raised the first rainbow flags at San Francisco Pride (his group raised two flags at the Civic Center) on June 25, 1978, it had eight colors, each with a symbolic meaning:

Hot Pink: sexuality
Red: life
Orange: healing
Yellow: sunlight
Green: nature
Turquoise: magic/art
Blue: serenity/harmony
Violet: spirit




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~~How The Pride Rainbow Flag Came To Be~~ 

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~~Published on Jun 23, 2016~~

It all started with $1,000 and 1,000 yards of fabric. Hear from Gilbert Baker, the creator of the rainbow pride flag.


We ALL are ONE!! 


To start the day … “The Seabin Project …. Aussie Surfers”!!




~~January 9, 2016~~ 


‘Seabin’ designed by Australian surfers to clean up marinas, reduce ocean pollution

About the Seabin Project

We have designed and made an automated rubbish bin that catches floating rubbish, oil, fuel and detergents. It designed for floating docks in the water of marinas, private pontoons, inland waterways, residential lakes, harbors, water ways, ports and yacht clubs.
Can even be fitted to super yachts and motor yachts!
Right now we have a perfectly working prototype and we need the help of Indiegogo and supporters to set up a production of the Seabins to be built in the most sustainable and responsible way we can afford.

Andrew Turton and Pete Ceglinski




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A unique ocean-cleaning technology developed by two Australian surfers has caught the attention of investors around the world.

Best mates Andrew Turton and Pete Ceglinski spent much of their childhood in the ocean and, after becoming frustrated at the amount of rubbish floating around, quit their jobs to come up with a sustainable solution.

They came up with an automated rubbish bin for marina docks called the Seabin that many hope could help reduce ocean pollution.

With the help of WA seed investors Shark Mitigation Systems, the duo designed a prototype of the bin in Perth before taking it to market in Mallorca in Spain, a marina capital of Europe.

Mr. Turton and Mr. Ceglinski are now trying to raise enough capital to turn the prototype into a reality.

Laura Gartry
Updated December 21, 2015

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~~Seabin Project~~

Cleaning our oceans one marina at a time

~~Published on Nov 4, 2015~~

Seabin Project. An automated rubbish bin that lives in the water of marinas and collects floating rubbish, oil, fuel & detergents 24/7


We ALL are connected through NATURE!! 


We ALL are ONE!!