Photos taken ‘in our world:
10 million years into the future. The Holocene extinction (6th mass extinction) claimed the lives of 75% of all species including humans. Plants have taken over and large invertebrates now roam the world.
In a world without us, or other large vertebrates, the world belongs to the plants and the bugs. The planet is able to exist in peace and we are no longer of relevance.
Work In Progress:
- “The Sixth Extinction” Elizabeth Kolbert
- Patrick Jacobs’s Landscapes
- Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber
- “When Humans Disappear” National Geographic
- “Will Humans Survive the Sixth Extinction” National Geographic
- “What Are Mass Extinctions and What Causes Them” National Geographic
- “It will take 3 million years for Earth to recover..” WE Forum
My plant background