In just two centuries, humans have sustainably transformed the natural balance of the Earth. Today, all continents are affected by the rapid degradation of biodiversity. The world faces a major existential risk of annihilation: the Sixth Extinction. “Benevolence, awakening, acute awareness of the other, interdependence with other species are key values for observing our natural environment. To translate it into images, bring it to light, all you have to do is look lovingly on this beauty. The artistic and aesthetic approach aims to challenge the richness of our ecosystem and the dangers of its imbalance. And this, thanks to a look full of delicacy, sensitivity, poetry and humility on nature, always a source of wonder. ” Presenting more than two hundred portraits of animals in danger of extinction, this work of art makes us feel these unique encounters with these beings. Artist-photographer passionate about nature and its preservation, Alain Ernoult, goes as close as possible to animals. He enters into meditation with the animal, he becomes one, the time of a photo. A renowned reporter, his photos have earned...
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