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December 29, 2008

Visual Aids
Joe Romm points to Double Exposure - an exhibit that "documents one aspect of the warming climate through fine-art photography that brings the viewer into panoramas of glaciers once grand but now receding."

Some of the most effective aspects of Al Gore's Oscar-winning slideshow involved the photographic evidence that global warming was altering our world RIGHT NOW. This should help, too. Although it would be nice if it traveled to more cities - why should Boston, Greenwich CT, Vegas and a couple cities in California have all the fun?

Here's the Matterhorn, first in 1960(!) and then in 2006.


The ultimate before and after, no?

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

It'd be helpful to know what season each of the photos were taken in. They could have both been taken in one year, one in winter and one in summer. Not to dispel the fact that global warming is happening, but these photos don't "prove" it.

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