PhotographerDanielle Kyberd
PrizeHonorable Mention
City/CountryPhiladelphia, United States
Photo Date2015
Technical InfoInkjet on archival matte.
Entry Description

This image was shot in Mesa Verde, Colorado. Here, lightning storms ravage the desert, often leading to devastating forest fires, leaving miles of scorched, skeletal trees stretching across 50% of the national park in the last decade. With increasing temperatures and prolonged droughts, wildfires have become commonplace within this Puebloan preserve.

About Photographer

Danielle Kyberd emigrated from England in 2003 and has since earned a Bachelor of Science degree in photography, fine art and anthropology from Drexel University, Philadelphia PA. Upon graduating Danielle won the Dini Jones award for her portrait project on drug addiction. In 2014 she won an award for her portraits of the LGBT community and joined the New Century Artist's Gallery in NYC.