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The work of photographer Nick Brandt is rooted in the celebration and respect for the beauty of nature, while often pointedly commenting on the harmful effects that human beings caused through continuous intervention and expansion. The present work captures an uninterrupted moment in nature in which a lion sits on a bed of grass, exhibiting an almost pensive, human-like gaze.
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Nick Brandt (English, b. 1964) has tirelessly worked to document the imminently vanishing natural grandeur of East Africa and the destructive impact of man on nature there. His sympathetic images memorialize the imminently vanishing natural grandeur of remaining cheetahs, elephants, lions, and hippos. In an urgent response to increased poaching in Africa, he launched the non-profit, “Big Life Foundation” in 2010, to protect and conserve Africa’s wildlife and ecosystems.