The Tree Projects team spent 67 days documenting one eucalyptus regnans in the Styx valley of Tasmania. Using a combination of tree-climbing and elaborate arboreal rigging techniques, they produced an intimate portrait from an impossible perspective of one of the world’s largest individual flowering trees, which goes by several common names. These photos document the process that resulted in an extraordinary ultra high-definition photograph.

 Continue reading at: https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/gallery/2017/jan/31/tasmanian-tree-project-intimate-portrait-impossible-perspective?source=Snapzu

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