The Art of the Ace Basin
For the last 30 years Vincent J. Musi has travelled the world photographing everything from volcanoes to mummies, capturing enduring images of vanishing cultures, history, and archaeology. He currently specializes in animal portraiture for National Geographic Magazine, and his work is an often quirky look at the world of exotic pets, domestication, and cognition.
In between assignments, Musi, who lives on Sullivan’s Island, has focused on the Lowcountry, producing a portfolio celebrating the ACE Basin for the November 2014 edition of National Geographic. Musi’s photographs of the Ace Basin tell a story, in pictures, of an unprecedented 25 years of public-private partnership that has protected more than 217,000 beautiful and biodiverse acres just 30-some miles from downtown Charleston.
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