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Beautiful Mosaics of Trees Photographed Across Time

Photographer Noel Myles has been working for the past 15 years on “still films” of trees across the countryside of eastern England. He originally created platinum/palladium prints of the trees around the year 2000, and then photographed the trees a decade later using color film. He then combined pieces from the different photos into single mosaics, which he tells us are “the antithesis of the notion of a decisive moment”.

You can find more of Myles still films over on his website.

Palladium and Colour Trees (via My Modern Met)


Update: Myles will be having a solo exhibition of 40-50 of his compositions at Gainsborough’s House Museum in Sudbury Suffolk England from March 31 to June 24, 2012.


Image credits: Photographs by Noel Myles and used with permission


 
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  • Anonymous

    this is awesome. I want some wall art!