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lomography and the environment

I recently became acquainted with a shark conservation group called shark angels.(http://sharkangels.org/) I recently joined this organization, due to the dwindling numbers of the shark population created through their portrayal in media and movies like Jaws. It also go me thinking how lomography can inspire environmental conservation.

I recently discovered the group Shark Angels, a shark conservation group, and I immediately became enthused with there mission of protecting and informing about the dwindling shark population. The ocean is very very important to the success of the human species and much like pulling the wrong jenga block, if one species is lost the entire structure will collapse. t also got me thinking how lomography could team with environmental movements seamlessly. The joy of lomography is the feeling of stepping back and viewing the world from another stress free angle, we can see the beauty in something simple like a tree or flowers, But for people who do not have a source to step back and see this beauty forget the amazing world filled with amazing things in which we live in.

Photo by vicuna

written by untroubledartist

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