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Photo-documentation of land art created from pieces of found rusted wire. Site: Snake Eagle Thinking Path Geoglyph, Matjiesfontein, South Africa. Limited edition print on 300gsm fine art paper Size: 84 x 47 cm (includes white border around the image, UNFRAMED print) Editions: 3 "Encoded in our DNA, encoded in our blood In the fingerprints of the rock ...and mirrored in the shadows at sunset Lies the secrets of our ancestors The lessons we need to heed The age-old call of the wild Written in the slate Engraved in each grain of sand The sun burning away the dirt To leave only the long-forgotten language Encoded in the sand Encoded in the land The language of the landscape Of humans in harmony with nature In rhythm. In dance. In blood-red of the sand." Encoded reminds us of our ancestry, of who we are, of our place in nature and how we are meant to connect with it.
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Ghosts of the Kalahari
Double exposure photograph taken in-camera, on film, with a Pentax K-1000. Limited edition photographic print on art paper Editions: 3 Size: 45 x 35 cm, paper size (includes the generous white border) UNMOUNTED, UNFRAMED - the framed photo are shown as example/suggested framing. Please let me know if you'd like my input or suggestions about choosing a frame. Please allow up to 12 working days, these prints are printed on order.
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Limited edition photographic print on high quality art paper. Editions: 5 Size: 47 x 35 cm (which includes the white border) UNMOUNTED, UNFRAMED: Please let me know if you'd like my input or suggestions about choosing a frame. Please allow up to 12 working days for delivery - printed on order. How did I take the photo? Double-exposure with a SLR Pentax K-100 camera - completely done in-camera, I did not use Photoshop or any other image manipulation programme! Instead of taking one photo on a piece of the film, I take two photos over the same frame on the film (TIP for DIY: when doing this, double the ISO setting on the camera: if you're using 100 ISO film, then set the setting as 200 ISO).