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lundi 3 août 2015

NEW YORK, EMPIRE STATE BUILDING ILLUMINE POUR CECIL..

ET AUTRES ESPECES ANIMALES EN DANGER  C' EST UNE SUPERBE IDEE!!
 TTES LES PHOTOS ICI

DONT
The Empire State Building was particularly iconic on Saturday night as it was transformed into a monument to endangered species around the world.

The light show, titled "Projecting Change: The Empire State Building," was organized by director Louie Psihoyos and producer Fisher Stevens of "The Cove" — the stunning documentary that alerted the world to the horrors of Japan's Taiji dolphin slaughter. They collaborated with Travis Threlkel, co-founder of Obscura Digital, to produce the show in advance of their new film, "Racing Extinction," which will be aired later this year.
During the show, a series of endangered animals were projected onto the side of the building, turning it into a beacon of hope for positive change. Below are some of the images.