Artist's description:

Stretching across the brown and wide Mississippi is the Hernando de Soto Bridge, connecting Tennessee and Arkansas and standing tall as a landmark of Memphis. Where the water’s edge is accessible, it is accessible by clambering over rocks and wading through long grass; probably snake paradise, as I thought as I was clambering and wading, probing the grass with the tripod before each step. After reaching the water, it was finally possible to stop and take in the beauty of the bridge, brightly illuminated, with the reflections covering the broad surface of the river. A generous application of mosquito repellent made it possible to stay for some long exposures before it was time to climb the steep bank and move on.

Limited edition digital Giclée print on Epson archival paper.

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Hernando de Soto Bridge, Study I, Tennessee, USA (2013)


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This artwork is sold by Charles Brabin from United Kingdom

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