||"Energy" | Group Show
||100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks
||High resolution glicee print
From the artist:
A good image will tell a story. Seeing is believing and, unfortunately, many don’t accept the science. I believe my photography can capture the importance of following the science. Saving the planet through climate control is essential and reducing carbon emissions will go a long way to achieving that goal.
For example, I captured this image "Renewable Energy" in Myvatn, Iceland. The smoke (steam) in the background is an example of geothermal heat produced from the earth’s interior. Iceland has 6 geothermal power plants giving them 99.96% cheap renewal energy used for heating spaces and houses, to generate electricity, to heat water, to heat up Iceland’s many geothermal spas and pool, to warm up streets so they don’t get slippery in winter, for greenhouses to grow organic fruits and vegetables and to produce aluminum. Geothermal power has very low emission levels because it does not require burning fuel to generate energy.