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Third Friday at Zhou B Art Center - Photography by Hillary Johnson

I’ll be showing new black and white and color photographs from my project titled, “The Persistence of Vanishing Things,” in studio 302 at The Zhou B Art Center from 7-10pm. 334 more words

Matt in front of the cabin, Washburn, WI. June 2017.

My husband’s father Tom Johnson, bought 40 wild acres of land up near Lake Superior back in the late 1950s. 93 more words

Handle With Care

This is perhaps the most peaceful and beautiful place on Earth for me. About 45 minutes away from my home is this amazing beach with this sandstone island called “Split Rock”. 179 more words

Duck Cove Photography

Sunday set: Global change

Travel a little, learn a lot

Glaciers melting along the coast of Greenland.

A common bumblebee visits a garden in Vienna, Austria.

Sea level rise caused by global warming is going to wash away many popular beaches in Southern California. 372 more words

Environment

Conservational Photographers - Part One

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela

Throughout this module one thing I am constantly drawn to is environmental and conservational photography, the way it is used to generate change, to empower others to make a difference and to raise awareness of subtle and dynamic changes in the environment. 1,781 more words

Research And Reflection

Sean Gallagher // Environmental Photographer

2014 Environmental Photography Award

In Sean Gallagher’s 2014 “The toxic price of leather” photo, I found the story of the shot made the image more compelling. 114 more words

New Year - New Possibilities

  • β€œIt is more important to click with people than to click the shutter.”
    β€” Alfred Eisenstaedt

A year is a strange thing. It’s said the older you are, the quicker the years go. 180 more words

Duck Cove Photography