Originally published on The Dodo’s Community pages. Featured on front page. Power lines might be scaring wild animals away. According to a new study, these animals can see the frighteningly bright, flashing ultraviolet pulses produced by the lines. The UV light is caused by electricity ionizing the air around the cables. While these flickers are invisible …
As we ask ourselves if whales can survive the damage humans have caused, we have become ever more entangled with these magnificent creatures. In order to save them and ourselves, we must turn to new technologies for answers.
[Photo - Flukes of a humpback whale entangled in fishing gear. (Photo: CCS image under NOAA permit 932-1489.]
When there are less than 1600 pandas left in the wild, a new baby being born is big news. The announcement even makes the news crawlers in Times Square and every major news network airs clips from the live panda cams, showing Washington DC’s Mei Xiang cradling her cute little newborn. But what is not …
Please read my latest article, published on Narratively.
A few more photos from Toulouse, France.
Some more photographs from the South of France.
A few photographs from my day in Toulouse, France.
A few photos from a drive through the countryside.
Eleven years ago, sociology professor Bill Feigelman’s son was found dead in his apartment in Brooklyn. The 31-year-old had hanged himself. “I think of my son’s death, and a lot of other young people’s deaths by suicide, as happening as a perfect storm,” said Feigelman, who now runs the Long Island Survivors of Suicide support …
An Audio Slideshow displaying my photography series on the New York City subway.
An audio slideshow where Kevin Bohl, a New York City actor, talks about why he choose this career.
There are over 8 million people in New York City who need to be fed, and it takes the land the size of Virginia to grow the food they need. The world population will increase by an estimated 3 billion by the year 2050, and experts predict that around 80 percent of people will live …
An Interview with Kevin Bohl, a NYC actor.
A team of scientists recently looked into global warming’s potential effects on Madagascar’s wide-eyed lemurs – the most threatened mammals in the world.
Click here to view some of my latest subway black and white photographs.