Artist's description:

Another favorite spot of mine is Buresø Mose in Grib Skov. It is a mire with a tiny pond in the middle surrounded by an open face of waterlogged sphagnum and surrounded on the perimeter by a tiny growth of mostly Birch trees - just beyond the perimeter I found this spot with some app. 200 years old Beech trees. This place is unattended by the foresty-people - it's natural forest - a rarity in Denmark.
On this day in late October it was raining and a light wind was moving the branches creating the blur of the leaves. In the rain the trunks turn darker than when dry, and if you look closely they become shiny in places.
Shot with a Linhof Technikardan on 6 x 12 cm roll film, scanned on a Imacon Photo scanner.

Materials used:

Printed on Epson Semigloss Photo Paper with Epson Ultra Chrome K3 ink

Buresø Mose, Grib skov, Nordsjælland (2004)


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This artwork is sold by Lasse Hansen from Denmark

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