Oxygenation trail triptych Canning River Perth. Made from three sequential 35mm exposures on 8×10 inch hand printed silver gelatin fibre based prints.
Oxygenation trail triptych
Ready to hang
Framed Aluminium – graphite 40cm x 100cm
3x 20x25cm Hand Printed Silver Gelatin Print,
Signed, numbered, 1 of Edition of 10
Includes Postage and Insurance within Australia
Matted and window mounted using 100% cotton rag museum board. Framed in 100x40cm aluminium – colour graphite.
During one of my river walks was carrying my Zeis 35mm rangefinder camera with me. Halfway across the Greenfield Street Bridge, I stopped to look at the river. From this elevated position, I could see on the surface of the water a white, bubbly, swirling layer. You could see the source of the bubbles
The conditions were calm and the river flow rate is slow. The oxygenation process creates bubbles which form a thin white foam on the surface of the water, creating fascinating patterns.
Each image is from three sequential 35mm frames, made