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Svijet iz drugačije perspektive – Instagram profil: @paulnicklen

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Ako ste ljubitelj prirode i neobičnih predjela, Paul Nicklen na svom Instagram profilu svijet prikazuje u nešto drugačijoj perspektivi.

Ovaj biolog po zanimanju od 1995. godine bavi se fotografisanjem polarnih regija, a da u tom poslu uživa najbolje dokazuju radovi. Njegovi snimci odražavaju poštovanje prema stvorenjima koja žive u takvim izolovanim i ugroženim sredinama, a on svojim radom podiže globalnu svijest o pitanjima divljih životinja.

Outdoor Photography Magazine proglasio ga je za jednog od 40 najuticajnih fotografa prirode, a za magazin National Geographic objavio je više od 20 priča.

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Almost 90 percent of an iceberg (or "ice mountain") is underwater. The foot or underwater portion of this iceberg could be at well over 200 feet deep. Icebergs are stunning to look at, but they are a reminder that glaciers are receding, and ice shelves in Antarctica are breaking up faster than we ever thought possible. If all of Antarctica and Greenland melted, global sea level would rise by as much as 230 feet, covering all of the major coastal cities in the world. Whether you believe climate change is caused by humans or not, do you think it is worth erring on the side of caution and reducing our carbon footprint? #antarctica #sealevelrising #iceberg #ice #climatechangeisreal #nature #naturelovers

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Dear Antarctica, You are always so full of grandeur, legend, mystery and mind-bending beauty. Being in your presence is my drug, my addiction, and may my camera do even the tiniest bit of justice to your magnificence! If we aren’t able to protect you then you will no longer be able play your key role in keeping global systems in balance. We realize that if we melt you, global sea levels will rise by over 160 feet, putting cities like New York completely underwater. Not to mention the loss of the creatures who call you home. But, the world is waking up and change is coming. 2020 is the year where a global movement will rise up and help protect you. We already came together to fix your ozone layer and now we will reduce carbon emissions and slow the melting of your ancient ice. @sealegacy #stayresilient #initogether #riseup

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The best part about my sponsors is that they want me to push all of their equipment to the limit and beyond. They want me to find the weaknesses in the most extreme conditions out there and to report on it. These are the types of relationships that I cherish. I still have this Gitzo tripod with polar bear tooth marks in it. #follow @gitzoinspires to see this tripod in action later in the day. Luckily she dropped it soon after and continued on her way. Thanks for an amazing year @gitzoinspires @sonyalpha @reddigitalcinema @aqualungdivers #vitecgroup @loweprobags and @lightandmotiondivers. 2020 is going to be an incredibly busy year and I look forward to going on this journey with you. #gratitude #sponsorship

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