Photographer Andrea Buzzichelli is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Fragile’.  To see Andrea’s body of work, click on any image.






Cecina is a small river, nowadays endangered by the ‘dominant steam’ strategy – the geothermal science –  as well as most of its territory.

However, first of all the river is a source of life for many organisms that risk to be forgotten. This is why Andrea Buzzichelli chose to illustrate the whole life cycle of frogs through his pictures. Together with his two kids, he decided to picture their evolution, the gradual opening of life, the wonder of a slow transformation from tadpoles to small amphibians. In his photos, in his scans of time, what prevails is the amazement while observing nature to find something universal in our own origins.




All images © Andrea Buzzichelli



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