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A Light Hunter's Delight TR06823

I grew up in a culture of guns and hunting. It was the late 50’s, and there were gun shops on every corner. Hunting, mainly fish and rabbits for food, was very much part of my youth. These experiences have served me well because nature photography is all about hunting. Patience, at times stealth, a keen eye for detail, and an addictive personality are all integral to this work. The prize, of course, is a sense of delight when even the most simple of elements, like the textural echoes seen in this composition, come into play: Boab tree, an icon of the Kimberly District, Western Australia.
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© Nature Connect Pty Ltd- Steve Parish Photography
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2000x1500 / 1.9MB
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AN ODE TO TREES
I grew up in a culture of guns and hunting. It was the late 50’s, and there were gun shops on every corner. Hunting, mainly fish and rabbits for food, was very much part of my youth. These experiences have served me well because nature photography is all about hunting. Patience, at times stealth, a keen eye for detail, and an addictive personality are all integral to this work. The prize, of course, is a sense of delight when even the most simple of elements, like the textural echoes seen in this composition, come into play: Boab tree, an icon of the Kimberly District, Western Australia.