Nature Art Trails institutean initiative of Paws Trails will be hosting “The Vanishing Pole” at Time Square Centre in Dubai
Dubai, 10th December 2019 – Canon in partnership with Nature Art Trails Institute will be hosting a one month exclusive photographic exhibition “The Vanishing Pole” showcasing the endangered wildlife in the Arctic region captured by the award winning wildlife photographer Nitin Michael from 12th of December 2019 till 13th of January 2020 at the Time Square Centre.
“The Vanishing Pole” explores the extreme climate change affecting the wildlife; this show depicts Nitin Michael’s collection of photographs taken during his recent expedition to the Arctic. Nitin Michael went on his first ever safari when he was 14 years old, and fell in love with wildlife instantly. An avid traveler and wildlife lover, Nitin has been an active contributor in the wildlife photography industry over the last ten years.
HermisHaridas – Co Founder of Nature Art Trails Institute says, “Nature Art Institute believes in telling stories through photographs; hosting Nitin’s work is a step towards sharing a devastating fact about our current climate crisis and how its directly impacting the wildlife. According to WWF, the Arctic is warming twice as fast as the rest of the planet. The average temperature of the Arctic has increased 2.3 Degrees Celsius since 1970’s and at this rate in a few years, there may be no ice left in the Arctic Ocean!”
“We believe that a photograph can speak a thousand words, we hope that the images of this exhibition will educate the visitors about the seriousness of Climate change and we hope that it will inspire the visitors to play their part inconserving our environment and opting for a more sustainable lifestyle” addsNishaPururshothaman – Co Founder of Nature Art Trails Institute
The Show opens on Thursday 12th of December 2019 from 7:00pm onward at the Time Square Centre in Dubai and will run till the 13th of January 2020. Hosted by Canon and Nature Art Institute, which is founded by Award winning Wildlife photographers Hermis Haridas & Nisha Pururshothaman with a vision of bringing people closer to nature using photography & art as the medium to spread awareness and education about conservation.