Still Life

Still Life

Imitation of a natural landscape is near impossible, whether it is an endemic remnant or weeds on fallow land. Images from a photo series called 'Still Life' by Fraser Chatham depict the recreation of ephemeral vegetation on fellow land and vacant lots. The series highlighted how repetition of subtle vegetative patterns form the basis of a naturalistic planting. Photos and Lighting: Fraser Chatham

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