Stunning Nature Photography Show Extended for Climate Awareness

Stunning Nature Photography Show Extended for Climate Awareness


“What is more powerful than fear?” SeaLegacy asks, “Hope. As a simple word, it holds a sheer strength to propel you forward when it appears you have little left to hold on to. A wanting glimpse, an immense presence, or a passing thought, hope draws into any mind that seeks its guidance. And it is the very word that leads and embodies our co-founders, Cristina Mittermeier, Andy Mann, and Paul Nicklen.”

To truly understand the depth of this message, the Town of Greenwich is co-hosting cool Arctic and nautical images by celebrated wildlife photographers and partners Paul Nicklen and Cristina Mittermeier at C. Parker Gallery in Greenwich, Connecticut. This gallery showcase of the Canadian and Mexican-born photographers has been extended a full month through July 30th. But as with the realities of climate change, time is running out!

Greenwich is an affluent enclave 40 minutes from Manhattan, and these works have also drawn attention from such pedigreed stars as Justin Timberlake (rumored Connecticut resident) as well as Prince Hussain Aga Khan, Jennifer Garner and Katie Couric. But celebrity aside, both photographers co-founded the organization in 2014, where they use their images spreading the message to save the planet to as wide an audience as possible.

Their work has been published in hundreds of prominent magazines, including National Geographic, TIME, the Washington Post, and CNN among others.

“My photographs are a way of lowering the price of entry into the most important conversation we can have,” Mittermeier explained to Zain Asher in a CNN International video shared with the press release, “And that is the future of life on earth.”

“If we don’t acknowledge the system that has been keeping us alive for millions of years, then we’ll disappear,” Nicklen echoed.

If you are not interested in solely acquiring an image, Mittermeier and Nicklen invite smaller-donor members to join The Tide, an ocean-focused initiative to save turtles and other important marine wildlife directly through