by Sebastian Kar, 7th grader
On Friday, January 29th 2016, international French photographer and ecologist, Claude Vogel, visited the Sierra School ecology class. Vogel showed books of his photographs of special places that should be protected in the Baja, like the Sea of Cortez. Vogel also shared his vision of Baja, which is to protect animals and plants, dolphins, whales and trees. Vogel expressed his ideas as an ecologist. He takes pictures of the world around us, using his images to tell people to keep the world pure, beautiful and wild. Sierra School students spent the class time looking at and discussing Vogel's photographs of the Baja. Most importantly, we learned how Vogel is an ecologist. He said he is an ecologist not only because he sorts his trash and recycles. He is an ecologist because he takes pictures to show people the beauty of protecting species, habitats and places in this region of Mexico.
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