More lost than found

I can’t help but have a feeling that in this age of connectedness where all things are easily found more is being lost than being found. Wild places and exploration included.

 

Holga 120N and Kodak Porta 400 iso film.

Where is the outrage:
Last year, it was reported that more people died from selfie-related deaths than shark attacks.
🙂

Another time….another place

Another time....another place

Experiencing wilderness is like taking a ride in a time machine to a place familiar yet distant. That old friend you love to see but are a bit wary of all the same.

As humans we have the ability to protect wilderness, let’s do so before it is too late.

http://wilderness.org

Pinhole photograph taken on a very windy morning in East Greenland, 2013 using a simple pinhole camera and Kodak Tmax 100 iso film.

Sunrise on the Grasslands

It is easy to feel the connectedness when the sun rises over the vast expanse of grasslands. Getting the opportunity to experience the prairie sunrise is a wonderful opportunity and this project to provide a hut-to-hut experience out in the grasslands is worth supporting.

https://www.americanprairie.org/project/hut-to-hut-system

https://www.americanprairie.org

http://www.explorebigsky.com/infinite-landscape-exhibit-benefits-american-prairie-reserve