Alejandro Olivera isn’t staying silent about the concerning state of La Paz’s waters. Serving as a vocal advocate for the Center for Biological Diversity, he’s been pretty outspoken lately about the contamination issues plaguing the ocean in this normally picturesque locale. You see, Alejandro isn’t just throwing out accusations willy-nilly; he’s got evidence that packs a punch.
The guy’s been waving around some pretty damning photos that put the spotlight on the mess left behind after hurricane Norma swept through. It wasn’t just your run-of-the-mill storm aftermath. We’re talking about a few boats that couldn’t stand up to Norma’s temper and ended up sleeping with the fishes. And as if that wasn’t bad enough, four other vessels weren’t caught in the storm—they actually caught on fire in two of the city’s marinas. Talk about going from the frying pan into the fire, right?
Above you can see one of the shots Alejandro snapped. It’s like he’s telling us, “See? This is what I’m talking about!” It’s a real-life call to action, captured in a single frame. And honestly, with images like these, it’s no wonder people are starting to listen up.