Stack at Home: Where The Leaves Fall, October 2021
London-based environmental magazine Where the Leaves Fall was our October delivery, and it made for timely reading ahead of the UN’s climate change summit COP26, which will be held in Glasgow this month. Indigenous voices have featured prominently since the magazine’s launch, and one highpoint of this issue is an essay by Ailton Krenak, a member of the Krenak tribe in the Doce River valley in Brazil, who speaks passionately about the cynical pollution and destruction of the river he loves.
Clear-eyed and critical, the magazine contains an urgent call to action, as well as a cautious glimmer of hope. Stack subscribers loved it as much as we do, and below we’ve rounded up our favourite photographs of the issue, sent in by readers from home.
5. Kitchen reads
We like this shot of Where The Leaves Fall being read in a very cosy looking kitchen.
4. Favourite surprise
Lovely to hear this magazine is Stack subscriber Megan’s favourite delivery so far.
3. Mag pile
A dreamy little pile of magazines photographed here by Stack subscriber Bethan.
2. Park views
Where The Leaves Fall read among fallen leaves. We love it.
1. Bathed in light
Our winner this month is this great shot of one of Where The Leaves Fall’s most beautiful spreads. Congratulations, Denji!
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