Oda’s Kitchen, Mykines, Faroe Islands – Lynne Auld
Archival inkjet photograph
“Photography has been a constant throughout a life of travel. It has allowed me to record the people and places I’ve encountered and has provided me with pleasure and employment along the way. I prefer to photograph in the real world rather than in the studio, and to use a minimal amount of equipment to capture images of stopped time. What interest me most are the quiet moments of everyday living and the beauty in the seemingly mundane, wherever I happen to be.
Though I consider myself a documentarian and photograph a wide range of subject matter, I am most interested in landscape. The natural landscape itself, bearing the signs of time and the effects of the elements, is a major inspiration. The social landscape, showing the ways in which people alter, interact with, and impact landscape is a growing dimension of my work.”
|Dimensions||20 × 16 in|
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