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One Cubic Foot

A WORLD IN ONE CUBIC FOOT

An esteemed nature photographer took a bright green metal cube—measuring precisely one cubic foot—and set it in ecosystems around the world.

 

Tropical Cloud Forest, Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, Costa Rica.

Photo: Photograph by David Liittschwager

A WORLD IN ONE CUBIC FOOT

An esteemed nature photographer took a bright green metal cube—measuring precisely one cubic foot—and set it in ecosystems around the world.

 

Common bush tanager; moss.

Photo: Photograph by David Liittschwager

A WORLD IN ONE CUBIC FOOT

An esteemed nature photographer took a bright green metal cube—measuring precisely one cubic foot—and set it in ecosystems around the world.

 

Sacoglossan sea slug.

Photo: Photograph by David Liittschwager

A WORLD IN ONE CUBIC FOOT

An esteemed nature photographer took a bright green metal cube—measuring precisely one cubic foot—and set it in ecosystems around the world.

 

Blue-ringed dancer.

Photo: Photograph by David Liittschwager

A WORLD IN ONE CUBIC FOOT

An esteemed nature photographer took a bright green metal cube—measuring precisely one cubic foot—and set it in ecosystems around the world.

 

Saltwater Bay, Under the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California.

Photo: Photograph by David Liittschwager

A WORLD IN ONE CUBIC FOOT

An esteemed nature photographer took a bright green metal cube—measuring precisely one cubic foot—and set it in ecosystems around the world.

 

Pacific Harbor seal pup.

Photo: Photograph by David Liittschwager

A WORLD IN ONE CUBIC FOOT

An esteemed nature photographer took a bright green metal cube—measuring precisely one cubic foot—and set it in ecosystems around the world.

 

Flame hawkfish; Alice sundew.

Photo: Photograph by David Liittschwager

A WORLD IN ONE CUBIC FOOT

An esteemed nature photographer took a bright green metal cube—measuring precisely one cubic foot—and set it in ecosystems around the world.

 

Wood sorrel bulb; green-crowned brilliant.

Photo: Photograph by David Liittschwager

A WORLD IN ONE CUBIC FOOT

An esteemed nature photographer took a bright green metal cube—measuring precisely one cubic foot—and set it in ecosystems around the world.

 

Drop of water from plankton sample.

Photo: Photograph by David Liittschwager

A WORLD IN ONE CUBIC FOOT

An esteemed nature photographer took a bright green metal cube—measuring precisely one cubic foot—and set it in ecosystems around the world.

 

Wood sorrel; hydrozoan jellyfish.

Photo: Photograph by David Liittschwager
A WORLD IN ONE CUBIC FOOT An esteemed nature photographer took a bright green metal cube—measuring precisely one cubic foot—and set it in ecosystems around the world.   Tropical Coral Reef, Temae Reef, Moorea, French Polynesia. Photo: Photograph by David Liittschwager

One Cubic Foot

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