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By Chris Kassar

Posted: March 16, 2020

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A few articles that caught our interest as of late. 

A question of responsibility: Does being an outdoor photographer inevitably lead to environmentalism? by Joe Cornish, On Landscape. Do we have a Voice? And does being an outdoor photographer inevitably lead to environmentalism? And if so, what if anything are our responsibilities?

The fields are alive: How to view a wildflower bloom without destroying it by Sunny Fitzgerald, Washington Post. Choose your destination with care and forgo that photo of yourself lying on or running through the petals

7 principles to reduce the individual & collective impact of nature photography on wild placesby Sarah Marino, On Landscape. Learn about the Nature First Initiative and it's 7 Principles to help reduce the individual and collective impact of nature photography on wild places.

The Instagram obsession that’s killing flower fieldsby Tara Worthington, Passion Passport. It’s one thing to stand back and admire the natural beauty our planet has to offer, but now we’re seeing what happens when we step too close. Flower fields are being irrevocably damaged and Instagram tourism is to blame.