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Postby stepbystep » Mon 06 Nov, 2017 9:13 am

Some light reading for the Insta-famous, travel-bloggers, Abel-baggers and trophy hunters to consider when they set off to 'capture' and 'conquor'.

"You can feel Olegas’s slowness and attentiveness in these pictures. You can tell there is no audience in his mind. He is aware of texture and form, and plays with both affinities and juxtapositions of colour, in a way that is so much more impressive than almost all of the millions of photographs we see every day."

I've considered these issues deeply for the past 5 years, I'm glad others are too.
The idea of wilderness needs no defense, it only needs defenders ~ Edward Abbey
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Postby NathanaelB » Sun 18 Feb, 2018 1:24 pm

I was just gifted The World of Olegas Truchanas a few weeks ago and thoroughly enjoying the accounts of his adventures in Tasmania.
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