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Some time after the Black Saturday bushfires, I was urged to visit the region and photograph the green shoots of regrowth in the trees. I travelled through vast areas that were blackened and devastated by the fires. It was true that there was some green coming back, but to me it was too early to be photographing those tragic remnants. It seemed inappropriate – almost like voyeurism. So I went searching for a place that hadn’t been burnt and I came across this beautiful section of forest on a back road that had somehow escaped the ravages of the fire. I photographed it in light rain with a lovely rising mist, a fitting tribute to the beauty that once extended across the whole region. My hope is that, by viewing this photograph, people will get a sense of what was lost elsewhere.
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Catalogue Number: VX4333
Edition Size: 300 only
Print Ratio: 3:1