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Forest Woodward

Forest Woodward is trying to complain less and listen more by making pictures of things he cares about. He likes long rambles in the woods and getting a bit scared in the dark. He lives in Franklin, North Carolina.

— From October 2021
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December 2020

Children play on the piles of sand dredged from the Funafuti lagoon. The sand is used to reinforce the eroding beach in front of government buildings in the capital. With a peak about twenty feet above sea level, the sand piles are the highest point in the country.

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Tuvalu

Tuvalu is in danger of disappearing due to sea-level rise. The ocean around it is rising about one inch every five years, twice the global average. It’s estimated that an eight- to sixteen-inch increase will be enough to make the country uninhabitable.

December 2020
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