“I’ve been photographing in Big Cypress since 1984,” says Photographer & Sustainability Activist Clyde Butcher. “And I‘ve never met another person during any of my shoots!” A modest magician of antiquated film technology, Butcher has spent the last 50 years capturing untamed segments of our world through his effortlessly epic perspective. A powerful voice for this maligned part of our ecosystem, Butcher is adamant that direct experience with these fertile mires will help people alter the negative connotations that often accompany the word “swamp.” “To really appreciate it, you’ve got to get your feet wet,” he says. As such, he offers year-round swamp walks from his mire-bordered gallery so that adherents can get a direct taste of the solemn aesthetic hinted at in his works; ClydeButcher.com.
Goodbye Spring, hello Summer! The season kicked off in style as old acquaintances reconnected, new friendships formed, venues rolled out their respective red carpets and travel plans started taking shape.
If a healthier lifestyle is on your horizon, get inspired with a group of Panorama Tower residents taking wellness to new heights in the heart of Brickell.