The World Is Too Much With Us

“The world is too much with us; late and soon,
Getting and spending, we lay waste ourpowers;
Little we see in nature that is ours;
We have given our hearts away, a sordidboon!”

-WilliamWordsworth (1807)

In recent history, the world has witnessed a massive migration towards urban centers.  As a result, humankind has largely disconnected from the natural ecosystems that surround them, finding comfort within the “concrete jungle.”  When the two environments are compared, however, they bare almost no resemblance.  It is time to readdress the situation and reintegrate with nature, or be left with nothing.

Mt. Assiniboine (2010)  18" X 48"

Hong Kong (2010) 18" X 48"

Ngawal (2010) 18" X 48"

Kathmandu (2010) 18" X 48"

Wilson's Promontory (2011) 18" X 48"

Ontario Street (2011) 18" X 48"
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