The Footprints photo series is an effort by the British photographer and photojournalist Neil Baird to visually juxtapose people with their carbon footprint. All of us have some sort of impact on the environment but it's very difficult to visually perceive or represent them, which is why Baird has chosen to put together his project in this way.
For this photo series, Baird speaks with and interviews people all over the United Kingdom about their thoughts on the significance of climate change. He then takes photographs that depict their carbon footprint in some way.
Ultimately, the Footprints photo series sheds new light on how each of us has an impact on our environment through smart visual positioning.
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