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- Nocturnal Arboreal
night portraits of british trees
“I must admit I was never really that interested in photographing trees, that is until one night I
illuminated one, then everything changed…..”
I began seeking out interesting trees that I could photograph and found myself drawn to
man-made environments of parklands and country estates. In these controlled areas where
trees were often planted for their aesthetic or pictorial qualities, a combination of artificial and natural light was used to portray the tree in a similarly controlled manner.
These trees, the ancestors of those we now see alongside motorways or protruding from the
meagre openings in the surface of a car park, have been altered by the process of lighting & photography. They are the real yet slightly unnatural features placed in an environment shaped and controlled by man, which due to the passage of time, we now perceive as being a totally
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