J Henry Fair has made it his life’s mission to document the atrocities that mankind has inflicted on mother nature. He has even published a book called The Day After Tomorrow: Images of Our Earth in Crisis. It’s filled with picture after picture of shocking yet beautiful images of pollution. Some may doubt the authenticity of Fair’s color palette but he has repeatedly confirmed that “what one sees in the photos is what was there.” He started taking photographs at the age of fourteen when he nicked his father’s camera. He admits during an interview: “I always had a big mouth, and pretty much always tried to use photography to express myself.”
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