Where The Leaves Fall is a quarterly mag exploring humankind's connection with nature. Published in partnership with OmVed Gardens, WTLF examines issues around our place in nature, and tackles them with contributions from the arts, science, conservation and academia.
Every issue is divided into three different themes. In issue 7:
- Examining how language influences and informs our relationship to the natural world - Tamara Dean's stunning photo series showing humans as just another endangered species.
- The winners of the Good Food For All photography competition - Q & A with South African food justice campaigner, Zayaan Khan
- The Kichwa people of the Ecuadorian rainforest using tech and social media to communicate their philosophy - Brazilian indigenous leader, Sônia Guajajara, on fighting for indigenous rights and her hopes and fears for the future.
In the final Dialogues section: Black cinema and the African notion of life, ancestrality and the environment; autism and the natural world, and the mathematics of nature.