Discover the incredible work of Beth Moon, an artist who spent 14 years of her life searching for the oldest and rarest trees in the world
There are trees whose existence dates back hundreds and sometimes even thousands of years. Documenting these true elders of our planet has become the photographer's task Beth Moon, in San Francisco. The artist spent 14 years of her life searching for the oldest and rarest trees in the world. For this, she traveled to different places in the Europe, Asia, Middle East and Africa, entering private properties, nature reserves, remote mountains and even civilizations.
The result of this work was published in his book, “Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time” (Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time), where Moon presents 60 incredible portraits of the mysterious beauty of the gigantic trees. “They all share a mysterious beauty honed by age and the power to connect us to a sense of time and nature far greater than ourselves. It is this beauty and this power that moon captures in her remarkable photographs,” says the book review published on the photographer’s website, which can be accessed clicking here.
Below, you can get a taste of this amazing work by the artist:
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