Europe’s air story told in pictures (EEA)
From European Environment Agency (EEA), 15 November 2012
Air is a tricky subject to photograph, but this challenge has proved to be a source of inspiration for the winners of photo storycompetition ‘ImaginAIR’, organised by the European Environment Agency (…)
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