Diamond Skies — Photography by Beth Moon

| June 18, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Vela, Baobab in Botswana © Beth Moon

Beth Moon captures the magical nature of ancient trees and remote night skies untouched by light pollution in her collection Diamond Skies.

Trees are everywhere, We see them every day, so much so that we become so used to them that it’s easy to lose sight of their importance. By choosing these very large and iconic trees as a metaphor I hope to start a larger conversation about our natural world and the way in which we interact with it.

Learn more about the project and view the photographs here and read an article about the project by Zachary Slobig in Wired Magazine: Africa’s Ancient Trees, Surrounded by a Blanket of Stars.

 

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