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Return to Dust

The photo, above, shows a tundra in its natural state. Although Inuit hunt and trap on these lands, there are no worn footpaths, other than those made by musk oxen and caribou. 263 more words


Near Threatened Existence

Does the water burn? Yes.

Like Lake Natron, one of the key breeding areas for the lesser flamingoes, this lake has a pH level of 10.5. 401 more words


Fotografiska in Stockholm

Fotografiska in Stockholm is one of the largest meeting places in the world for photography with about 500,000 visitors per year.

Stockholm floats on islands, not without similarities with Venice, but in contrast to Venice it has cars, too many cars, and the modernism and futurism of the 1960s destroyed a series of quarters in the city centre. 1,270 more words

Art Reflections

Nick Brandt (1966)

Nick Brandt (born 1966) is an English photographer who photographs exclusively in the African continent, one of his goals being to record a last testament to the wild animals and places there before they are destroyed by the hands of man. 1,643 more words


Inherit the Dust

Photographer Nick Brandt has developed a strong series of photographs entitled Inherit the Dust wherein he uses life-size black and white prints of animals that uses to occupy the same places that are now destroyed by urban sprawl, garbage dumbs, factories and rock quarries. 60 more words

Art And Design