How could someone as smart as Freeman Dyson be so dumb about the environment? The answer lies in his almost religious faith in the power of man and science to bring nature to heel.
The photographer would not have been pleased by this new retrospective
is a hardy, muscular earthworm found in the Florida Panhandle and prized by fishermen. For years locals gathered and sold these earthworms with little federal interference. Now the situation has changed
The wildlife photography we see in films, books, and periodicals is often stunning in its design, import, and aesthetics. It may also be fake, enhanced, or manufactured by emerging digital technologies that have transformed—some say contaminated—the photography landscape.