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1000 Americans: John Williams, Suquamish, USA

October 25, 2008 by , 996 views 
Filed under 1000 Americans, Friendly people, Go green


John Williams is a filmmaker that has captured the wonderful colourful life under sea level. He has shown flora & fauna of all sizes, colours and types, but maybe the most interesting thing is that most of this was shot jus in his own ‘backyard’: the Puget Sound, the busy body of water separating Seattle from the Western Part of Washington State.

Many of his films are used for educational purposes, which might help preserve the wonderful world that so few people know about…

See more about John and the programs he made, on his website

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One Response to “1000 Americans: John Williams, Suquamish, USA”
  1. Carmen says:

    Que bien que se existan estos cineastas que se ocupan de este otro tipo de cosas, tambien importantes de mostrar al mundo¡¡¡

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