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Plankton

A second small print celebrating the little things that power the world, and continuing explorations of geometry. Featured here are our friends the krill, small crustaceans that form the base of a vast swathe of the marine food web. They’re being fished out at an alarming rate to serve as fish food for aquaculture farms, leaving many species, like whales, hungry.

I love to think about the interconnectedness of the natural world, and the implications of the disappearance of things so remote from our lives. We have a huge and complicated responsibility to change the way we live on this planet.



More by Roger Peet

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Ape Portraits

Ape Portraits

January 5, 2011

Here’s a link to the site of photographer James Mollison, who has undertaken a great project of portraiture in Indonesia, Cameroon and Democratic Republic of Congo: Passport photographs of apes….