Individual pumpkins form the 350.org logo for the 10.10.10 celebration in Freeport, Maine.
The environmental group 350.org asked us to take an aerial photograph of their 10.10.10 celebration at Wolfe’s Neck Farm in Freeport, Maine. Founded by Bill McKibben, 350.org gets it’s name from it’s mission: to lower the amount of carbon dioxide in the earth’s atmosphere to below 350 parts per million. 350.org is a great organization attempting to raise awareness and a sense of urgency about the earth’s climate crisis. If you have a moment, check out their website here, and consider getting involved: 350.org website.
On the short flight to Wolfe’s Neck Farm, I couldn’t help but look out the window and capture some of Maine’s incredible beauty.
The leaves were bursting with color.
We passed farms with cows…
And boats still moored safely in harbors.
Seeing Maine from the air always reminds me of how precious our environment is, and how we all can do our part to protect our planet.
350.org is a global movement. Check out what people are doing worldwide, and how you can help!