11 December 2012


 I'm back, i'm back and deserve a good slap accross the wrist for being so slack on the blog front lately. Sometimes life gets just a little too crazy and something's gotta give - unfortunately this time for me it was Paper Social. But i'm back and with plenty of inspiration to share with you all.

To kick things off I recently stumbled accross what I thought was an amazing abstract painting but was shocked to discover that these dramatic pink hues were actually aerial shots by Australian artist Steve Back as part of his 'Terra Incognita' photographic collection. These stunning images were shot over 3 years above the salt flats and foreshores of Western Australia's Hutt Lagoon. The pink colouring is an organic pigment caused by the natural formation of algae in the water. Isn't mother nature just amazing sometimes?

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