Emma Robertson

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The sculpture, “Carbon Sink: What Goes Around Comes Around,” was installed by British artist Chris Drury. A spiral of logs made from trees killed by a pine-beetle infestation, the center of the 36-foot-diameter sculpture featured coal-blackened logs surrounded by lumps of coal.

Carbon Sink by British artist Chris Drury. The sculpture, a spiral of logs morphing into charred coal, is constructed from trees that have died from skyrocketing beetle infestations across the western United States.

Paul Caponigro - Stream, Redding, Connecticut, 1968

In Paul Caponigro's work entitled "Reflecting Stream" one can feel the spirits in the stillness of nature.

Growth & Evolution - Pattern

Ernst Haas 'Droplets on an Autumn leaf' 1964 Nature provides its own lenses to bring veins of the leaf into closer view. The lenses are dro.

Ever since I studied Ansel Adam's photography I have been so intrigued by Black and White Photography, this one really caught my eye.

Ever since I studied Ansel Adam's photography I have been so intrigued by Black and White Photography. His strong use of line throughout his photos draws you to them. This one in particular also has a great example of asymmetrical balance.

Art Sinsabaugh, American, 1924–1983. Chicago Landscape No. 117 from “Chicago Landscape Group,” 1966. Gelatin silver print.

Art Sinsabaugh, American, Chicago Landscape No. 117 from “Chicago Landscape Group,” Gelatin silver print.