The Dance, its just nature

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Printed using long-lasting pigment inks. Framed A3 & A2 sizes are pick-up only. FRAME sizes are indicative, and actual sizes may vary slightly depending on availability(will verify)Pickup option is Dayboro 4521 unless otherwise arranged

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Natural inspiration

These two trees, one black and one white, stood side by side, their branches reaching out towards each other in a graceful embrace. They were like dancers on the cusp of a beautiful duet, each one distinct yet harmoniously united in the same forest symphony. It was as if they were about to dance unity and acceptance, a ballet of diversity that celebrated the beauty of their differences.

The black and white trees had learned to coexist in perfect harmony, their roots intertwined beneath the rich soil. They had grown together, leaning on each other for support when storms raged and winds howled. Through the seasons, they witnessed the forest’s inhabitants—birds, animals, and insects of all colours and backgrounds—living in peaceful cohabitation, acknowledging and embracing the tapestry of life surrounding them.

These trees were a living testament to the importance of diversity and acceptance. They served as a powerful reminder that human societies thrived when they welcomed and celebrated their members’ unique qualities and backgrounds, just like in the forest. In their proximity, the black and white trees stood as a symbol of unity, proving that differences could indeed create harmony and beauty.

This image was taken during a photographic road trip in country Australia during the NSW floods of 2022