Sandbird; Drying sand patterns after rain, Southwest National Park, Tasmania
Archival ink jet print on Crane Museo Silver Rag or Hahnemuhle William Turner paper
Limited Edition of 10
Dimensions: 67 x 38cm
A passionate naturalist, Chris has been photographing wild places and wild things for over 30 years. He is a deeply committed conservationist and was a founding member of both Australia’s Wilderness Society and the Tasmanian National Parks Association. He has had 5 books published of his photography and writing, the most recent being The Tarkine.
“It is crucial we re-establish our reverence of Nature and regain an understanding of its workings if there is to be any future for humanity.
I want to present beauty as a worth in itself, and for that beauty to act as a conduit to a new affirmation with the natural world which we so desperately need to establish.” – Chris Bell
Chris works largely with a Linhof Technikardan 4x5” camera.
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