This wildlife image is a photomontage of two different shots I took when I was in Augusta (Western Australia).
The prcocess I used was to emulate a double exposure you would do if you used a film camera.
I felt very lucky to see a flock of endangered Carnaby’s cockatoo, but imagined what it must have been like in the past before their numbers dramatically decreased.
Carnaby’s are critically endangered. They migrate back and forth from the Swan Coastal Plain where they feed during the summer, to the Wheatbelt where they breed in tree hollows during the winter. The only problem is, 90% of what is now the Wheatbelt used to be bushland, and this cockatoo is running out of places to breed and feed.
25% of salesfrom this print go to Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Sanctuary.
A2: approx 60cm x 42cm, limited edition of 50.
A3: Approx 30 x 40cm, limited edition of 100.
A4: Approx 28 x 20cm, Open Edition.
The Way it Was
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