The Second Prize for Photography in the ENDANGERED Art & Photography Contest 2016 is shared by four wonderful images. Congratulations to Equal Second Prize Winner: Two Ebony Langurs by Pat Swain. All Rights Reserved.
The Ebony Langur lives in the tropical forests of Indonesia on the islands of Java, Bali and Lombok. Ebony Langur monkeys are endangered.
This series, ‘Global Warming: unlikely water animals’, is an exploration of ‘misplaced’ non-water animals in rising coastal shorelines due to global warming. It brings to question if this is merely a visit or their new habitat. The backdrop of these coastlines (at times threatening) emphasizes the vulnerability and mortality of these creatures confronting a new and impossible environment. The animals range from endangered, wild, farm and some with disabilities.
See more of Pat's work at http://www.patswainphotography.com