There is a stirring, stunning beauty to the elephants in this fine art piece. There is no question that climate change is causing serious problems for these amazing creatures, among others. You can appreciate this piece for its beauty. At the same time, understand that this will surely leave you with a sense of longing. (Jan Keteleer)
Animals will do their best to adapt. However, if we do not take climate change seriously, animals like these giraffes will only be able to adapt for so long. There is a quiet beauty to this piece, which depicts two giraffes crossing across a small body of water. Beyond them is an uncertain future. (Jan Keteleer)
Where do you think these horses are going? Unless we take the subject of climate change seriously, we may not be able to answer that question in a very positive way. Beyond that, it is impossible to look at this fine art piece without being captivated by the power and beauty of these animals. (Jan Keteleer)
Where is this lion going? No one can say for sure. There is an element of mystery to this fine art example. There is even a sense of adventure. At the same time, as we think about things like climate change, one can make the chilling argument that this lion is heading towards an unknown future. (Jan Keteleer)
Has time run out for the poor penguin? This remarkable, unique fine art piece certainly imagines that to be the case. We aren’t quite at the point depicted in this piece. At least, not yet. This release is a stirring indication of what is going to happen, if we don’t start to take climate change seriously. (Jan Keteleer)
Where will the polar bear go, when we have destroyed their natural habitat once and for all? Obviously, this is not a pleasant question to think about. Here in this fine art piece, the stunning image before us shows what will happen, if we don’t take climate change more seriously. (Jan Keteleer)
Few creatures emphasize power and grace in a more compelling way than the rhino. Unfortunately, if we don’t take climate change seriously, they may disappear in our lifetime. This provocative fine art piece reminds us that we still have so much to do, if we are going to save the world. (Jan Keteleer)
It is a dark irony indeed that this fine art piece depicts the iconic Eiffel Tower almost entirely under water, as a result of climate change. It was in Paris where that historic climate change agreement came into existence. Will we implement the necessary changes, before the grim fiction of this piece becomes a reality? (Jan Keteleer)
After getting an MBA and working in the corporate world for nearly 20 years, I decided to leave the rat race to pursue a career doing something that I love - photography. Photography gives me an opportunity to get out in nature and enjoy the serenity that it offers. I can hear the wind blowing through the trees, the rustling of little animals on the ground and tune out the busy world.
Nature and wildlife are my favorite subjects but, as you'll see here, I photograph other subjects as well. I enjoy taking pictures of old buildings, etc. and then enhancing them in PhotoShop to get the effect I want. My photography gives me the opportunity to show life as I see it, to portray subjects in a way that they might influence the actions of others. Perhaps my nature photography will inspire some people to respect and preserve our wildlife and our natural places, so they'll be here for future generations. I hope that, in some small way, my photography will have a positive impact on someone's life. That's what photography means to me.