About the Book
Some statements directly use the exact words of Professor Gary L. Francione, the Vegan Society and others. However I try as the author to reflect my own creative thoughts using the images and ideas that have taken place in my photography and practice of abolitionist veganism.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography Books
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Sep 04, 2009
- Tags nature photography, nature images, nature pictures, inspirational nature photography, vegan education, art photography, nature art photography, vegan abolitionism, abolitionist veganism inspiration photography, abolitionist veganism inspirational pictures, education through photography, fine art, fine art photography, social change, psychological change, paradigm shifting inspiration, paradigm thought shifting, human and animal rights, animal rights, cessation of animal use, non-animal use, inspire veganism, love of life, love of nature, love of nature images, human thought, cultural paradigms, wild life, garden photography, Nature, photography, veganism, inspiration, photo, photos, nature, education, philosophy, ethics, self-improvement, culture, wild, outdoors, garden
I am an emerging professional nature photographer. Having romped in the woods after stampeding bull deer, spent a couple of years boating on Lake Erie, lived beside a thousand acres of Ohio wetlands during the 1980's, flown in the region as an avionics tech and most importantly photographed constantly outdoors for the last five years, this appears to be a truthful categorization. I have been an ethical vegan for over ten years. I am sharing the vast inspiration I have gotten in recent years and hope that I can impart vegan education in all that I do. I have learned infinitely much from Professor Gary L. Francione and, now, so many others. Go Vegan.