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+$Using Facebook to Relive Your Travels

  • 日期+$02 October 2012
  • 作者世界自然基金会旅游局副局长Elissa Leibowitz Poma
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+$One of the best ways I’ve found to relive the memories of an especially fantastic trip is to follow the Facebook feeds of nature photographers who specialize in the region. Each morning, I log onto the social media website to check in and I get to see stunning images that remind me daily of recent travels. Not a bad way to start the day!

+$Lately, it’s been the following photographers who are capturing my fancy, following time spent in southern非洲+$. But I’ve also been taken back to other destinations, including the北极

+$Chris Martin:+$The Johannesburg-based photographer is also a field guide and leads travelers on nature photography trips. I first spotted his work (and the images of other photographers) on the excellent Facebook feed of Africa Geographic Magazine, which then took me to hisFacebook页面+$and His网站+$, Chris Martin Wildlife Photography. “To me, photography is an art of observation,” Martin writes on his website. “I've found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” Martin helps me remember the way I saw Africa.

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    +$ Chad Cocking

 
+$Chad Cocking:
+$Cocking is a guide on a South African private reserve I’ve never been to. Not to matter—his+$photography+$captures the spirit of the place, in a very emotional way. Lately, he’s had a fondness for leopards, displaying the big cats’ textured fur and piercing, light-filled eyes. Like Cocking’s photo shown here, some of his shots take my breath away.

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    +$ Marlon Du Toit

 
+$Marlon Du Toit:
+$Like the human animal, other species are blessed with personalities. Du Toit’s photographs lions under the cover of darkness,” bring them out, and in unexpected ways—like the elephant shown above. He also is adept at capturing animals in motion, especially hunting. “There is a stark contrast between gentle daytime lions and blood-thirsty he wrote recently on hisFacebook页面

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    +$ Camille Seaman

 
+$Camille Seaman:+$I Traveled With+$Camille+$a few years ago through Arctic Norway. Ever since, I have admired how ardently she uses her photography skills to bring attention to issues surrounding climate change in polar regions. “Uncomfortable, inevitable change comes whether we like it or not,” says Camille, who is based in California. Her+$stark, riveting images of icebergs+$, glaciers and ice floes look more like sculptures than photography.

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