As you may know I’m on my Canada trip right know. Today we’ve been to the @ngadc in Ottawa! 🎨🇨🇦
So, a big part of the gallery is the photography part. And right there I found this photo by @edwardburtynsky !! It shows a really really huge coal mine in Germany just a few kilometers away from my home. And even if I was 6.000 km away right now, I care.
The Anthropocène is mostly affected by us, human being. Going through these big rooms with huge and impressive photos on every wall made me thinking of the way we live on this earth.
The destruction is transformed into art... Because I live quite near to this coal mine and I know what going on in this area, it makes me even more sad to see this. We HAVE to pay more attention to this issues. We HAVE to stand up against this progress. We HAVE to be a great community, who is able to work together for ourselves and everybody and everything around us.
Maybe this post won’t be my most liked one, or the most beautiful one, or the the one that you like the most. But this message has to be spread all over the world. So, don’t close your eyes! Don’t look away!
This earth is a blessing and this world is about to destroy it!
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