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Posts from the ‘Photographers’ Category

Portraits of Time

Beth Moon

Many of the trees I have photographed have survived because they are out of reach of civilization; on mountainsides, private estates, or on protected land. Certain species exist only in a few isolated areas of the world. Read More

60 Old Trees

Bea Nettles

For many years I have been attracted to and have photographed the trunks of old trees. They have something to teach us about experience, patience, persistence, survival and grace. When I turned sixty, Read More

Under the Leaves

Fabien Seguin

“Under the leaves, something is happening, something is growing that will not abate until they return there for good”

Under the Leaves is a work striving to change our perception of vegetation. It is imbued with reverence for the silence and constancy of trees Read More

Monster

Beth Lilly

The explosive growth seen by many Southern cities is a recent phenomenon and so the infrastructure of modern cities has been cut out of forests that formerly surrounded the metro areas. This expansion began a turf war, with both trees and power lines fighting Read More

Subtraction

Sebastien Lemm

As a photo-based artist, I see myself as the link between two realities—the one outside of the camera and the one that begins once the photograph has been taken. Rather than documenting or ‘capturing the moment,’ I want to show what is not immediately visible.

My work is informed by nature in a broad sense. Visually, I am fascinated by seemingly random Read More

Still Standing, Standing Still

Lauren Henkin

One of the issues I struggle with in my life is being open. I think it stems from a fear of being judged, that in knowing the real me, I will be found lacking in some capacity and abandoned. It’s something I’ve tried to work through, a lack of faith in anything that would endure.

It is one of the reasons Read More

States of Being

David Paul Bayles

A ‘State of Being’ implies a deep connection with one’s own feelings, thoughts and sensations. In these photographs I am exploring a connectedness between humans and trees through a shared ‘state of Read more

Draw Me A Tree

Dan Shepherd

In this new series I explore the human connection to nature by asking people to “Draw Me a Tree.” Not just any tree, but one that has had some impact in their lives. In collaboration, I visit these special trees with people and document them through a unique photographic experience. One of the few artistic endeavors that we all have in common is drawing Read more