And Yet Another Devastating Flood - Madagascar

And Yet Another Devastating Flood - Madagascar

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When It Rains, It Pours.

Climate change has warmed the ocean and the air so much that the atmosphere holds more water. A tropical storm that would normally have brought slightly elevated amounts of rainfall now causes devastating floods that leave the poor homeless.

This storm was in Madagascar, a country known for its deserts and crazy succulents. In one day they received the same amount of rain as they normally do in a month, even during the rainy season. 

I've been really interested in the reflections on water and capturing them in ink. It's just so cool how they get all swirly, but still can be imagined to make up the whole.

The archival prints are beautiful.

The original is 12" x 16", brush and ink on paper, and the prints are with a 1/2" border on three sides and a 1.5" border on the bottom. These are printed using archival ink on Hahnemuhle German Etching paper. The blacks are black and the tones are almost exactly like the original. Each is signed and numbered.

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