The piece of both a celebration of nature and a study of its permanence in the face of man’s fleeting existence, inspired by watching the natural world continue on the same daily cycle it has taken for millennia, a cycle disinterested in the existence of mankind who seems only to turn its back in return. The coast is where the planet is laid bare, consumed by the shifting face of time.
The piece presents 36 photographs taken at the same location and from the same elevation and viewpoint. The emergence of colours and tones was only possible through the passing, and capture, of time.
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Photo Credits: Photographs by Toby Trueman and used with permission.