Environmental Melancholia: A Visual Odyssey by Donna Bassin

Donna Bassin is a photo-based artist, filmmaker, trauma psychologist, professor, and published author who was born in Brooklyn and now living in New Jersey. The death of her younger sister when she was ten years old and her family’s difficulty mourning have motivated and shaped her clinical and art practices.

While The Stars Look Down by Fred Brashear Jr.

Fred Brashear is a photo-based artist from Southern California focusing on the relationship between humans and the natural environment. His work, "While the Stars Look Down," photographically captures the otherworldly essence of the desert landscape at night, emphasizing the unique qualities of the Mojave Desert and showcasing the Joshua tree in a mysterious manner through the interplay of color, time, and light.

Ascending the Sierra by Aaron Vizzini

These photos depict an ascent of the Sierra Nevada mountain range from where it begins at a few thousand feet, to its heights that reach above 14,000 ft. Ascending the Sierra from the western side, it begins to take shape as one reaches 4,000 ft, where the foothills give way to mountains.

Whispers by Meera Sulaiman

I see the connection between humans and animals is one of the most fundamental, but sometimes invisible, bonds that human beings experience. Animals and Children captivates me. Children seem to have a magical affinity with animals and I see parallels in their worlds.

Exploring the Ethereal: Thin Places by Lev L. Spiro

Thin Places are what the ancient Celts named rare locales where the separation between our earthly world and another, spiritual world becomes hazy and indistinct. Their concept of cail ait ('kweel awtch') literally refers to mountain tops where the air is thin, but it more importantly reflects a spiritual thinness as well.

Magazine

Our printed editions, circulating throughout various galleries, festivals and agencies are dipped in creativity.

The spirit of DODHO’s printed edition is first and foremost an opportunity to connect with a photographic audience that values the beauty of print and those photographers exhibited within the pages of this magazine.

We invite professional and amateur photographers from all around the world to share their work in our printed edition.

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Bio

Delving into the heartbeats of our planet, BIO seeks to chronicle the vast and intricate tapestry of life that flourishes in every corner of the Earth. Each photograph serves as a testament, capturing fleeting moments that together weave the grand tale of nature’s dance. From the whispering trees of ancient forests to the majestic strides of wildlife and the ever-changing moods of our landscapes, this collection is a celebration of the world as seen through the lens of wonder and discovery.
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