A Life As A Human Interview: Long time traveller turned photographer and philanthropist, Kane Ryan has lived in Mumbai, India for the past 4 years. Working primarily in the Saki Naka slum community building a school, women’s centre and providing healthcare for the community. Over the last 4 years his small non profit has helped Janvi trust and the community turn the Saki Naka slum into one of the cleanest in the city.
A Life As A Human Interview: As filmmaker and writer, Patricia has a passion for large-brained megafauna – from dolphins, to primates, to elephants. Her quest to portray the interrelationships between humans and animals has led her around the globe in pursuit of the issues that threaten these relationships. She is currently working on an advocacy film to raise awareness about the plight of Asian elephants called “Elephants Never Forget.”
Readers of Life As A Human are familiar with the amazing work that Kane Ryan and the Dirty Wall Project have done in India helping transform the Saki Naka slum community into one of the cleanest in the city and country. A while back, we heard that Kane was up to something new, and local. We reached out to him and here is what he told us about his exciting new project!
The Door to Hell is noted for its natural gas firing which has been burning continuously since 1971.
The first place winner in the Wikimedia Commons Picture of the Year 2011, this photo by Heinrich Pniok is a stunning view of Lake Bondhus in Norway.
Compared to these times, our problems seem trivial. By understanding the cost of our mistakes, perhaps we can learn never to repeat them again.
An opportunist, the Griffon Vulture is a large Old World vulture attaining a wingspan of 7.5 to 9.2 ft and weighing in at up to 25 pounds.
Considered to be the largest moths in the world, the Atlas moths have wingspans reaching over 10 inches (25 centimeters).
On August 31, 2012 a long filament of solar material that had been hovering in the sun’s atmosphere, the corona, erupted out into space.
A vertical panorama of the Torres del Paine, in Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park.