By Martin Hill
My images are made with an analogous solar that powers all of the earth's residing structures. --Martin Hill
* comparable to the across the world best-selling Earth from Above, Martin Hill's Earth to Earth transforms the great thing about daily goods present in nature and elevates them to ecological art.
Ecology is a technological know-how that's getting into its renaissance as problems with worldwide warming, greenhouse emissions, and ozone depletion make their manner from medical debates and newspaper headlines to relations breakfast tables. Environmental photographer Martin Hill and venture collaborator Philippa Jones stopover at distant destinations around the world to create a gorgeous array of evocative photos that symbolize a visible circle of lifestyles selling ecological sustainability and responsibility.
In addition to an eloquent creation by way of Sir Edmund Hillary, ecologically minded fees and evidence seem during the collection:
* every day extra solar power falls to the earth than the whole quantity of power the planet's six billion population may devour in 25 years.
* What use is a home for those who do not have a tolerable planet to place it on?
In Earth to Earth Hill provides greater than 70 transcendent four-color photos that catch photographs of normal goods present in nature, which he then transforms into exquisitely complicated sculptural masterpieces. ahead of leaving every one location--whether on the most sensible of a snow-covered mountain or at the sand-blown beaches of a windy beach--Hill guarantees that every website is left precisely because it used to be chanced on.
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No, thanks. Carbohydrates? Yes, please. EDWIN DATSCHEFSKI, biothinker WHAT USE IS A HOUSE IF YOU HAVEN’T GOT A TOLERABLE PLANET TO PUT IT ON? HENRY DAVID THOREAU, author If one desires a change, one must be that change before that change can take place. GITA BELLIN, author A thing is right when it tends to preserve the integrity, stability, and beauty of the biotic community. It is wrong when it tends otherwise. ALDO LEOPOLD, conservationist THERE IS NO NEED TO INVENT A SUSTAINABLE WORLD; THAT’S BEEN DONE ALREADY.
2,000 STONES Pumice stones collected from lakeshore, counted and corralled into floating circle on pond using sticks under water. BLACKBERRY LEAF CIRCLE Decaying blackberry leaves pinned to thorny branch, backlit by sun. LACE LEAF Decaying puka leaf on eroded rock. FLOATING STONES Pumice stones floating on surface of lake, held in place underwater by sticks. BEACH CIRCLE Stones removed from beach to make circle at low tide. WOVEN TOETOE STICKS Toetoe sticks woven into upright structure on wet sand.
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