Maybe it’s all the rain; maybe it’s Earth Day; maybe it’s the collective environmental reinvigoration we all feel when Spring finally shows up, but one thing is for certain: there’s been a deluge of press and positivity surrounding J Henry Fair’s recently released The Day After Tomorrow. For Audubon Magazine’s May/June issue, they’ve selected Fair’s work for their “One Picture” feature, isolating an aerial image of churning paper mill aerators in Baton Rouge. This is not the first time Audubon has stopped to acknowledge a powerHouse title as back in July, 2010, the periodical honored Christopher LaMarca’s documentary photography book Forest Defenders.
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The Day After Tomorrow: Images of Our Earth in Crisis
by J. Henry Fair