Living Landscapes By Charles Brabin 

“Capturing a scene at a given instant, producing a ‘frozen’ image whilst the subject keeps on changing, both creates a sense of stillness in the picture and at the same time highlights the movement which has been suspended in the photograph. In the absence of colour, the focus becomes the raw elements of the image – the shapes, the lines, the edges, the objects within. My hope is that by focusing on the living, moving, growing, transient elements of the world around us, we can better appreciate the moments we witness and better value the life forms around us, not just for their beauty but for their ecological role as a part of the landscapes which we – just like them – inhabit.”


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