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Close-up of the Queen
A woman gathering bottles to fetch water in another community. Due to lack of rain, many have lost access to drinking and household water.
Hidden Bonfire
Toad
Thirsty Bear
A young boy learning to spearfish lobster. Many fishermen in the Guna Yala say the sea is too warm for fish.
Connecting New York
Monk at Market St.
Soldier's Pass
Hawksbill Turtle and Associates
There's one in every neighborhood
Paddling collected wood from the mainland to the island community, where there are no trees left.
Snapping Turtle
Soldier's Pass
Jurassic Tree
Sunrise at Mono Lake
Romance in the Quarter
Daisies with dew drops
Removing the Cataract
Looking Back
Dance into the light
Bourbon Street - The Morning After
Three pink zinnias with trees and blue sky beyond
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Paddling collected wood from the mainland to the island community, where there are no trees left.

Often categorized as an "environmental problem," climate change is a already impacting daily lives- especially among those already living in poverty or more reliant on natural resources. The project is a five-part series, and thus far, I've documented two parts: photographing and interviewing the lives of fisherman, herders, and farmers in Senegal; documenting changes in the lives of Guna people in Panama.

TAGS: Panama

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Portland, Maine, United States of America
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© Greta Rybus.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2016
Total Views: 39
Filed Under: Sustainable Travel
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 28, 2016, 6:57 p.m.
Camera Make: Canon
Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Focal Length: 70mm
Shutter Speed: 1/800
Aperture: f6.3
ISO: ISO250
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