For the use of their photographs, we thank:
‘Red Ice-White Ice’
C type colour photographs on aluminium.
Disko Bay, Greenland.
© Chris Wainwright
Thanks to Lydiat/Wainwright Studios for use of Chris Wainwright’s Red Ice 2008. Disko Bay. Greenland
Red Ice-White Ice was a series made at night whilst circling around icebergs in a small inflatable boat off the north-west coast of Greenland in sub-zero temperatures. The photographs were made using red or white flash to reflect the temperature changes taking place in this fragile wilderness. Chris was a dear friend and we miss him greatly.
Antarctic moss — 5,500 years old; Elephant Island, Antarctica
Spruce Gran Picea — 9,550 years old; Sweden
Stromatolites — 2,000-3,000 years old; Western Australia
La Llareta — 3,000 years old; Atacama Desert, Chile
© Rachel Sussmann
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