Des photographies magnifiques et grandioses.
Splendid and imposing photographs.
"Indian photographer Subhankar Banerjee uses photography to communicate about issues that harm our planet. Five years ago, Banerjee spent two years in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, photographing this remote region in northeastern Alaska in all four seasons (see images here). His work there coincided with the intent of oil companies and the current U.S. administration to open up the oil and gas reserves on the coastal plain to drill for oil. During his work he stayed in interior and coastal villages with both Gwich’in Athabascan and Inupiat communities, learning about their intimate relationships to the northern environment and the birds and animals that live there. You can read an interview with Subhankar Banerjee here."
Sources: Exposure compensation, Subhankar Banerjee