What if the tiny creatures hidden inside the plants in your garden or in the depths of the rain forest weren’t insects or reptiles? What if they were primates who looked a lot like us and had expressions like ours? If we felt a stronger affinity with the beauty underfoot, would we try a little harder to protect it? How would we go about protecting and preserving it?
The Simbidia Box is the story of one man’s journey and a decision he made nearly a century ago. Was it the right one? How do we know what will ultimately prove to be the right choice in any effort to save the creatures of the wild?
Marcia Bhide is an award-winning photographer working in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has degrees in Art, Biology and Digital Imaging. Her photography has been shown throughout the United States,
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