Human Footprint, an ecologically engaged photography exposition

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The LWL Museum of Münster (Germany) shows satellite pictures of our planet in an exposition with the purpose to let the visitor appreciate which level the human footprint reached. The pictures are very impressive: they show, classified in categories like “energy”, “transport”, “habitat” how the human species adapted the environment to its needs. Without word, in the universal language of the photography, this exposition gives everyone the possibility to make its own opinion.

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For more pictures and the localization of the photographed places, visit the website of the exposition’s partner : eoVision

Photo credits: eoVision (website here, also access by clicking on the pictures)

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