|MEDIA||Digital original, infrared, stitched|
Polly Cove, Nova Scotia
The beauty of the glacial plain, which separates the ocean around Nova Scotia from it’s inland forests, is rooted in its erratics, massive stones deposited by the last ice-age. There is a desolation to the landscape that fits beautifully with the body, even in a composition like this, where the landscape almost overwhelms the Nude.
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