Layers of Light



This photograph is from the Collection "Dunes: Landscapes Evolving"

This image has received an honorable mention in the Fine Art: Landscape category at the 2014 Neutral Density Awards. The competition, aimed at promoting photographers to a worldwide audience, received thousands of entries from 76 countries, and was presided over by a panel of highly acclaimed industry professionals, including gallery owners, curators, editors and renowned photographers.

Drew captures the magnificent sand dunes of Sossusvlei, Namibia; focusing on the grand shapes, endless lines, and subtle tonal gradients of this simple yet beautiful desert environment.

Immense and majestic, these dunes are the largest in the world creating what might resemble a sea, sometimes bodies in abstract, or even modern architecture. Stacked upon one another, the sand in scorching Namibia creates great slinking curves that seem to go on for an eternity. They are made up of layers and layers of light and color, shapes and sizes.

Shown on display:
38 x 57 inches
Type: Plexi Frame with no border

More info and sizes, click here: Drew Doggett Photography

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