Climate change: Environmental Photographer of the Year commendation

Sunday, September 13th, 2009

Environmental Photographer of the Year, Solar Energy Versus Fossil Fuel,  Dave Walsh
I’m very, very pleased. Ecstatic! “Solar Energy Versus Fossil Fuel” has received a “Highly Commended” in the “Changing Climates” category at the 2009 Environmental Photographer of the Year competition.

My photograph, along with the other winners, has been featured on The Guardian website and The Daily Telegraph and The Independent, and will be on exhibition for the next 12 months around Britain and Ireland.

Update: October 9th, 2009:
Here’s a picture my friend Adele took of me last night at the awards ceremony in Covent Garden, London. The exhibition is on at 3 Bedfordbury Gallery, London WC2N 4BP, until October 18th.

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4 Responses to “Climate change: Environmental Photographer of the Year commendation”

  1. Jen says:

    Cool! I love this photo and your description of it is spot on, the way the people are walking towards doom or salvation. A belated congratulations (only saw this now…) J

  2. Bob Bryant says:

    This is simply fine art. The image goes beyond a photograph. As an artist I can only admire and appreciate, and the story, even more powerful.

  3. Dave says:

    Thanks Bob! Very much appreciated…

  4. Love this shot, just linked it, and though it is so simple it is striking and powerful. Good work.

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