Island Vulnerability explores the challenges which isolated geographies face when dealing with risk and disasters by examining the processes which create, maintain, and could be used to reduce their vulnerability. This page provides photos of (really) small islands.
All images are copyright Ilan Kelman.
Åland, Finland (2007).
Beau Vallon, Mahé, Seychelles sees a tree being islanded by waves (2013).
Faroe Islands (2003).
Galápagos Islands, Ecuador (2004).
Huntingdon Beach, California, U.S.A. (2006).
Kangaroo Island, Australia's tuft islands (2017).
Kapisillit, Kalaallit Nunaat (Greenland) (2018).
London, U.K. (2016).
New Zealand's reed islands (2004).
Nunavut, Canada (2018).
Oslo Fjord, Norway (2009).
Shanghai, China (2009).
Taipei, Taiwan (2013).
Twillingate, Newfoundland, Canada (2005).
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