Since its beginnings, photography has been the witness, then the lawyer of the consciences, in particular humanistic and ecological. Ansel Adams, already in his time, was an activist engaged in several influential speech groups and lobby groups for Congress and the President, in favor of the values of nature. Ecological changes, however, are a slow process and are not very visible in the immediate future. Awareness is often a posteriori alarms launched, when we see too late that things are not as they were. Today more than ever, as California burns and permafrost melts like ice in the sun, it...
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