If alphabets represent the sounds of language, can texture articulate the harmonies of nature? View more textures of nature in our Flickr album! Posted in response to "Alphabet" - Word a Week Photo Challenge. Posted by Jasmine Graf, Associate Director of No Water No Life.
Alison M. Jones, Founding Director of NWNL, has just received the 2016 Philip Hyde Environmental Grant from the Foundation Board of Trustees of the North American Nature Photography Association [NANPA]. Philip Hyde trained under Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Minor White, Imogen Cunningham, Dorothea Lange, and other definers of the medium of environmental photography. The significance … Continue reading NEWS: The Philip Hyde Environmental Grant from NANPA!
THIS WEEK's RECORD-BREAKING MISSISSIPPI RIVER FLOOD This winter’s costly Mississippi River Flood is now predicted to crest at Vicksburg on Friday Jan 15 at approximately 52 feet – 9 feet above the USGS official flood level. The home of the US Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg has known great changes in its river hydrology. In … Continue reading 2016 Flooding in Vicksburg and a NWNL 2014 Interview with US Army Corps of Engineers