National Geographic photographer risks everything to capture the shotIn the spring of 2005, a National Geographic photographer risked everything to capture time-lapse images to tell the story of the Earth’s rapidly changing climate. What he found was exactly that, but in unbelievably beautiful and simultaneously frightening shots. Winning the Excellence in Cinematography Award at the 2012 Sundance Festival, you’ll find the storytelling is as compelling as the imagery itself. And after watching this, climate change naysayers will be hard-pressed to speak their piece.
‘As watchable as it is important.’
- The New York Times.
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