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When the rubber hits the road...and puts lives to rest
A haunting photographic essay by Emma Kisiel depicts animals killed by motor vehicles. The roadkill is surrounded by simple, beautiful memorials made of flowers and rocks in the places that they died.
Viewers not only witness the power of the hulking tools we wield, but also the variety of lives impacted by our transportation choices (for more, read here).
Roads laid out straight through the homes of foxes, owls, and raccoons lead to the deaths of our furred and feathered neighbors, and Emma takes the time to invite us all to notice. Take a moment of silence to consider the cost of our ever-expanding (and often fast, motor-powered, and pervasive) presence.