All posts tagged trees

The Malevolent Eye

From Opus Fine Art: In Rachel Louise Brown’s photographs the landscape becomes a cinematic stage in which she investigates a psychological reaction to unfamiliar territory. Experiencing a mixture of fear and curiosity Brown explores and visualizes the unknown alone. Memories embedded through cinema, literature and imagination manifest in the photographs that emerge. She’s also an […]

Talking with the Trees

Trees are nature’s strong, silent type–but, as it turns out, they actually have a lot to say. Peek at a cross section and you can learn about the life of the tree and the conditions it was living in. In fact, scientists have used information from trees to determine things like the start of the […]