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Paul Kenny and Doug Chinnery

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We’ve got a couple of books to review in this issue, both by Kozu and both authors have been featured in On Landscape. Paul Kenny's creations with saltwater, flotsam and jetsam are both fascinating and exquisitely crafted. Doug Chinnery has no secret of the fact that his photography has been influenced by Paul Kenny’s artworks (amongst others). more

Quiver Trees

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On a camping and photo tour of South Africa’s North Cape State (North West on the Atlantic and South of Namibia) I spent several nights in the part of the Richtersveld National Park that is home to Quiver Trees (Aloidendron dichotomum). more

 

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    on Reclaimed

    Thank you for this article and pointing out the fact Kolmanskop was built on the backs of slave labor, akin to slaves and the cotton crop here in the United States. I experienced a flashback to my visit there in a heartbeat. Mesmerizing. Paul Hetzel, Springfield, Massachusetts

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