Paul Nick and Cristina Mittermeier Take into the journey of the world we wonder about and what to know how it parallels life to ours continues through thousands of years.
Rare opportunity to see the exhibition with the most captivating images of emotions that animals share with each other and us. What we fear it reas us, what we embrace will embrace us too.
|Extended for one more month, until July 22 by popular demand Spectacular Images by Conservation Champions Paul Nicklen & Cristina Mittermeier
|Ice Waterfall, by Paul Nicklen (2014) Svalbard, Norway. One of the “Ten Photographs That Made the World Wake Up to Climate Change,” and chosen by the rock group Pearl Jam for the cover of its album (aptly titled “Gigaton”).
|The show has been extended for one more month, until July 22, by popular demand, with beautiful visuals that people love to see and the prime location near New York City is great for travellers. Together with their SeaLegacy.org foundation, these two superstar wildlife photographers reach more than 12 million followers worldwide with their vital message to save our planet. Their photography is collected by celebrities, rock stars and royalty, including Katie Couric, Justin Timberlake, Jennifer Garner, Prince Hussain Aga Kahn, and the International Photography Hall of Fame, among others. The iconic photographs of Cristina Mittermeier (from Mexico) and Paul Nicklen (from Canada) are currently on view at this gem of a gallery, ideally located just a 40-minute train ride from Manhattan at the C. Parker Gallery in Greenwich, Connecticut (the exhibition continues until July 22nd).