I am planning for the day that Photographworks becomes a country. I began with the flag, on the principle that nationalism calls out for easy symbolism. So this will be its flag.
There are more than 20 million sheep in the UK, so I figure they have a healthy future. Not so the puffins I love to see. Here’s a news item from the BBC about the risk of extinction to puffins and other birds.
It sickens me. It spoils my pleasure.
When Rachel Carson wrote ‘Silent Spring’ in 1962, people could perhaps claim they didn’t know about the hidden destruction to the environment, to wildlife. No one can claim that now.
Thanks to my wife Tamara, who found the BBC article.