Humanity’s annual reminder that we live on – and with – Planet Earth. Earth Day was first proposed by activist John McConnell in 1969 and was introduced to the world in 1970. It’s a day filled with hope and hypocrisy, but it should be celebrated by all those who hold Mother Nature dear, not just by the corporations who profit from it.
With food prices rising massively, the energy crisis, conflict in Ukraine affecting global food supplies, and an unelected elite who wish to dominate the rest of the human population through constant attacks on traditional norms, it’s time to head out into the bush and take a break from the constant barrage of fear propaganda. To reconnect with our roots, literally. The Yggdrasil is once again a symbol of our interconnectivity with all of the beings of this beautiful planet and its various realms.
Filmed on location in the Carpathian Mountains of East Slovakia with a Panasonic Lumix FZ300/FZ330 with a Polaroid UV lens