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  • distURBANce

    The images in this exhibition challenge the viewer to reflect on the state of our urban environment.
    As the population grows, residential and industrial construction is encroaching onto farmland and previously undisturbed natural sites. Within the city, housing is exploding. Small houses are being torn down and replaced with larger ones or condominiums. Road, gas and […]

  • Erosion – Photographs by Christine Fitzgerald

    Vanishing docks ravaged by weather and shifting sea levels.
    Beaches along the Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf coasts of North America are eroding at an alarming rate, primarily because of rising sea levels due to global warming. In many areas along these coastlines, sandy beaches are eroding enough to threaten existing human developments.
    This series of images explores […]