Salt Farmers, Samut Sakhon Thailand. (2016)
Colour photograph (C-type) by Nathan Hutchinson


  • Colour photograph (C-type), Paper
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  • Size: 12 × 8.63 in (unframed) / 11.23 × 7.49 in (actual image size)
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Salt farmers of Samut Sakhon. Samut Sakhon is the biggest producer of brine salt in Thailand. After a few weeks, most of the seawater has evaporated and a crystallised salt bed is formed. Here the workers are breaking up this bed. After they will push the salt into heaps and leave to dry some more overnight before carrying to a storage area in the morning.
This photograph comes in a folder with a 1.0-inch window matting.

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Colour photograph (C-type) presented in a handmade photograph folder with a window matting using 200 & 400 gram artist paper

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