Don Det island (Laos)
• Printed on high quality photographic paper Hahnemuhle.
Tale of the photo
Like any other life forms, trees are not all the same. Some trees give off a different energy. They are those trees which, despite being beetween many others, attract our attention to the most.
Their “importance” is not given by the dimension or seniority. As in the world of human beings, trees have, more or less, fascinating and engaging personalities. This fascination manifests, and propagates, in the form of invisible energy that capturing our gaze.
This is surely the case of the tree of this photo, on the island of Don Det in southern Laos, which I renamed the King of trees of Don Det.
The photograph is sold in the 70×47 format, printed on high quality Hahnemuhle photographic paper.