Scars on the landscape

Scars on the landscape

Dr. Matt Nolan is a geophysicist and pilot who uses aerial photography to make maps. Earlier this year, he was flying over the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge when he noticed a pattern on the tundra. The pattern was the result of tracks left by heavy equipment doing...
Birds Watching

Birds Watching

Artist Jenny Kendler’s bio says she is “an interdisciplinary ecological artist, environmental activist, naturalist & wild forager”. I would add extraordinarily prolific and innovative to that list of descriptors. Diving into Ms. Kendler’s...
Ephemeral Streams

Ephemeral Streams

Chris Boyer (@kestrelaerial) takes the most beautiful aerial photographs I’ve ever seen. He often posts his photographs with a story to go with them. Here’s a photo Chris took of Wyoming, with the caption: According to the US Fish and Wildlife Service,...
We are waiting it out

We are waiting it out

Mountain sleeps with her back to us; tender dip of neck, shoulder dark head full of dreams. We are waiting it out she whispers till all of you go. — Rachael Clyne Photograph by me.
Human Nature

Human Nature

Photographer Lucas Foglia was inspired to photograph climate scientists doing the hard work of measuring our world after Hurricane Sandy slammed into his farm on Long Island, NY in 2012. He followed scientists in Colorado, Hawaii, and Alaska as they use their...