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Australian photography: John Austin's Forest Threnody « Previous | |Next »
September 16, 2013

I've mentioned John Austin, the WA large format landscape photographer, before on junk for code in relation to his work helping to protect and save WA's karri and jarrah forests.

AustinJtreesitter.jpg John Austin, Tree sitter buffer marking, Lane 01, Wattle State Forest, Northcliffe, Western Australia, 15 November 1998, NLA

Austin has just made a video of this body of work made from scans of still black and white images made between 1994 and 2013.

Forest Threnody from John Austin on Vimeo.

After a break of ten years Austin has started documenting the SW Western Australian karri and jarrah forests---entitled Quinninup Environmental Documentation.

| Posted by Gary Sauer-Thompson at 10:58 AM |