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Bio National Geographic Photographer // Filmmaker // Public Speaker // Sony Artisan // River Rat // Fan of wild places and wild things //

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Land of shadows: Excited to share my experiences and lessons learned from spending over a year on foot inside this magical world of erosion for @natgeoand @grandcanyontrusttonight at the Lone Tree Arts Center Denver. #grandcanyon#chasingrivers@kevinfedarkoauthor#nature#aerial#bw

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Upside down: Today was a sad day for African elephants as the U.S. lifted the ban on importing elephant “trophies” into the country. This image shows a tranquilized elephant getting moved by @africanparksnetworkto safer regions last summer in effort to protect them during a historic conservation effort. I fear today’s news will enable a flood of images of dead “trophy” elephants getting moved to people’s living rooms instead. While many argue hunting can help pay for conservation, corruption has paved the way for widespread declines in elephant populations.#elephants#africa#conservation#500elephants#malawi@savetheelephants@r.e.s.c.u.e

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The sweep of seasons. Winter is looming but taking its time to fully arrive here in Colorado. #rockymountains#nature#aerial

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Layers of time, light and stillness. What happens here - resonates elsewhere. #grandcanyon#aerial#fineart#nature#bw#dustintheblood

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Winter dusting on the lakes named after Pierre. #home#wilderness#rockies#aerialthx for platform@ecoflight

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Paddling perspective: This narrow strait off the coast of Graham Land called “Kodak Alley” is blessed with placid waters, but the climate here is anything but calm.Temperatures are changing faster than anywhere else on the planet. Shrinking sea ice challenges the populations of many species like Adele penguins and krill, the tiny shrimp-like crustaceans that sustain the marine food chain. When we made this sea kayaking expedition, I was amazed to experience 50 F degree days and even rain.#archive@pedromcbride#climatechange#antarctica#frozen#nature#gratitude

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The power of a few: A gondola development, The Grand Canyon Escalade, was proposed to whisk 10,000 people a day into the confluence site inside Grand Canyon but two days, in an emotionally-charged Navajo Tribal Council meeting, the tribe voted down the project citing an array of concerns. The grassroots opposition to the tram, #savertheconfluence ,was led by a group of predominantly Navajo women, who want economic growth but “not there”, adding they don't want “a Disney-style development at our sacred places." It’s been an honor to document this small but mighty group of women and their unwavering dedication to a landscape they love. #dustintheblood@pedromcbridethx for film assist @justinclifton#grandcanyon#bw#confluence#navajo#chasingrivers

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“Where life begins” is how many native tribes describe this sacred confluence. Today, the future of this landscape begins anew as the Grand Escalade, a tram proposed to be built at this location, and its request for Navajo financial support (65 million) is being debated in the Navajo Council chambers — in English and Navajo. Honored to be filming this historic mtg.@justinclifton@laurendefilippo#grandcanyon#navajonation#chasingrivers#dustintheblood#nature

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Confluence: The start of a sacred flow:The Ganges River officially begins its spiritual run here, where the Alakananda meets the sediment-free waters of the Bhagarathi river (dammed upstream). From here this river begins its challenging journey downstream, supplying water for 500 million people across India. I spent two years following this holy river from its headwaters in the Himalaya to the sea at the Bay of Bengal with @mountainworld@davidcmorton.Our film #holyunholyriverwill release online soon and shows tonight @stanfordUnited Nations Film Fest. #chasingrivers#ganges#india#aerial#nature#gratitude

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Mountain Man Farewell: Thanks to my friend Andrew for his slow speaking drawl, his high speed skiing, his artful craftsmanship and for teaching us all how to listen - to each other, to the hills and to our hearts. I’llsee you somewhere in the mountains where the spirits dwell.@pedromcbrideSomewhere on Aconcagua 1999. #memorial#grateful#friendship#rip

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