Nature, for its own sake

Nature, for its own sake

We humans continue to look at the destruction of nature only in terms of how it impacts humans. But the destruction of nature (and us, since we too are nature) is important for its own sake. After all, doesn’t the eagle, the salmon, the orca, the elephant, the...

100 year time lapse

In 1909 Eduard Spelterini went up in a gas balloon and took incredible photographs (with glass plates!) of the Mer de Glace glacier in the Swiss Alps. He was the first to traverse the Alps by air, and the first to photograph the mountains from the air–an amazing...
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“Being ecologically conscious is like living in a world of wounds.” — Aldo Leopold, environmentalist This photograph by Austin Curtis is of Morgan Curtis’s hand, freshly tattooed with the level of CO2 in the atmosphere when she was born (1991). Morgan...