Robert Clark

Joshua Tree

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Description

Description

Why are the Joshua Trees dying? Through a hollowed out section of a dead tree, another living Joshua Tree sits in the setting sun. Experts expect the Joshuas to vanish entirely from the southern half of California within a century. The ancient plants are dying in the Joshua Tree National Park. Already slow and difficult reproducers by nature the Joshua Trees are the victim of global warming and its symptoms – including fire and drought – plus pollution and proliferation of non-native species. The Seussian looking trees are actually plants, a relative of the yucca. Joshua trees are a foundation species, providing habitat for other animals that otherwise would disappear.

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8 x 10 Print

Edition Size Open
Image 6.33 x 9.5
Full-Bleed Frame 9.25 x 11.25
Matted Frame 13 x 15

11 x 14 Print

Edition Size Open
Image 9 x 13.5
Full-Bleed Frame 12.25 x 15.25
Matted Frame 17 x 20

RobertClark

Robert Clark is the author of four monographs: Evolution A Visual Record, Feathers Displays of Brilliant Plumage, First Down Houston A Year with the Houston Texans and Image America. His work regularly appears in National Geographic Magazine and others. During his twenty-year association with National Geographic, Clark has photographed more than 40 stories all over the world.

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