A LITTLE TOO QUIET: THE FERNDALE LIBRARY PODCAST

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Macro Photography & Conservation with Joseph Ferraro

July 30, 2020
 
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Photographer Joseph Ferraro is taking a bigger look at the tiny world around us.
Ferraro is a macro photographer and a conservation photographer; his images
tell the story of a very tiny world inhabited by important organisms that all
have roles to play in creating harmony for our ecosystem. Random patches
of nature in urban environments become sources of new insects that Ferraro
can observe, track, and take photos of on their own terms, never harming
them or taking them out of their environment.
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Ferraro was originally scheduled to install a full exhibition of works to be
displayed here in the library. That is, before the shutdown. So, we talk
about our high hopes for finally getting to coordinate the art show here
in the library in the very near future, as well as his passion for nature and
science. We also talk about how he manages to capture amazingly
close-up images of the smallest creatures on the planet. 
 
 
 

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