Earth Day is a time to reflect on the beauty of the natural world and be thankful for what it provides us. It is also a time to give back and think of ways we can work to better support the Earth for future generations. As my Day to Night imagery has evolved throughout the years, I have taken an interest in giving back to our Earth through educating viewers about threatened species and habitats. I believe photography is a powerful medium to express what is happening to our planet, and I hope people will take the time to stop and think about their effect on nature when viewing my work.
Earth Day first took place on April 22, 1970 and is widely credited for launching the modern environmental movement; the passage of the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act, and several other vital environmental laws soon followed. Earth Day went international about 20 years later, marshaling 200 million people in 141 countries to take action, and bringing environmental issues to light on a global scale.
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