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  • 1. Richard Green - Tanja Lagoon<br />Low dawn light on the stand of eucalypts on the edge of Tanja Lagoon casts long shadows. Aerial photograph made up from 9 separate images all joined together to make up the full 160° panorama.<br />Archival digital print mounted on Dibond with a UV protective coating - ready to hang. 171 x 51cm $1,950 width:640;;height:192
  • 2. Richard Green - Tall gum & ferns.<br />Twin trunks of a 40 metre tall gum reach to the sky from a lush bed of ferns. Photograph comprises 7 separate images all joined together to encompass the full height of the tree, which is adjacent to the roadway up to the top of Mumbulla mountain.<br />Archival digital print mounted on Dibond with a UV protective coating - ready to hang. 54.7 x110 cm $1,450 width:241;;height:480
  • 3. Richard Green - Forest Connections.<br />From the Bega River at left, Mumbulla Mountain top centre, through to Gulaga Mountain on the horizon at far right, senseless wood-chipping continues in NSW State Forests. These beautiful areas should be protected forever as unique ecosystems which include precious koala habitat and sacred Aboriginal lands. This aerial photograph is made up from 9 separate images all joined together to create a full 160° panorama showing the forests of Mimosa Rocks National Park running down to meet the rocky coastline.<br />Archival digital print mounted on Dibond with a UV protective coating - ready to hang. 180 x 51cm $2,250, 120 x 33 cm $950 width:640;;height:168
  • 4. Richard Green - Gulaga Mountain and Wallaga Lake.<br />Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Gulaga National Park continue to live under their sacred mountain, Gulaga at Wallaga Lake and up and down the coast. Now they are asking the NSW Government to stop logging and wood-chipping adjacent forests around Bermagui so that their natural and cultural heritage is protected for future generations.<br />This aerial photograph is made up from 7 separate images all joined together to create a full 140° panorama showing the mountain the lake and the forests of Wallaga Lake National Park stretching down to the coast.<br />Archival digital print mounted on Dibond with a UV protective coating - ready to hang.<br />150 x 51cm $1,750 width:640;;height:223
  • 5. Rob Blakers - Relict rainforest. Gulaga National Park<br />It is fortunate that this remnant of once widespread rainforest still survives. It narrowly escaped incineration from an escaped "fuel management" burn conducted by Forests NSW in August 2009.<br />Archival inkjet print on canvas. 28" x 40" unframed $690 framed $850 width:397;;height:480
  • 6. Rob Blakers - Relict rainforest 2 Gulaga National Park<br />It is fortunate that this remnant of once widespread rainforest still survives. It narrowly escaped incineration from an escaped "fuel management" burn conducted by Forests NSW in August 2009.<br />Archival inkjet print on canvas. 22" x 45" unframed $690 framed $850 width:640;;height:312
  • 7. Rob Blakers - Early light in a tall Eucalyptus maculata. Murrah State Forest south of Bermagui. <br />This tree lies within a forestry area and is zoned for logging.<br />Archival inkjet print on canvas. 28" x 40" unframed $690 framed $850 width:397;;height:480
  • 8. Rob Blakers - Morning light in forest scheduled for logging Murrah State Forest.<br />Archival inkjet print on canvas. 22" x 45" unframed $690 framed $850 width:640;;height:312
  • 9. Judith Deland - After Sterilization - Forest Silent East Gippsland<br />This photo was taken after the tragic logging and burning of a<br />Brown Mountain stand of Old Growth forest noted as a biodiversity hotspot. A stump inside of the coupe was radiocarbon dated to be 600 years old. Brown Mountain suffered not only from the permanent loss of the habitat for endangered wildlife such as the potoroo and large forest owls but from drying out of the mountain to convert damp native forests into tree farms. 70 x 90 cm framed $430 unframed $310 width:640;;height:407
  • 10. Judith Deland - Sunrise Brown Mountain East Gippsland<br />This photo was taken in April 2010 before the decision of the<br />Victorian Supreme court case to stop logging on Brown Mountain was handed down. This forest was due to be logged and burnt. The court case was successful and logging on Brown Mountain has been suspended. Other old growth forest in East Gippsland is still being logged and burnt.<br />70 x 60 cm framed $340 unframed $270 width:640;;height:426
  • 11. Judith Deland - Jungle Creek. East Gippsland Victoria.<br />The pristine forest creeks of East Gippsland are home to rare wildlife such as the Orbost Spiny crayfish. Logging changes the micro-climate of the understorey and stream zones, threatening waterways with siltation and drying out of their catchments. Fast growing young eucalypts take over the landscape and deprive streams of natural rainfall runoff.<br />70 x 60 cm framed $340 unframed $270 width:640;;height:441
  • 12. Judith Deland - The Gap Reserve East Gippsland<br />Beautiful roadside reserves such as the Gap are the thin beauty strip which behind the clearfell logging of irreplaceable Old Growth Forest is hidden from the tourist.<br />70 x 60 cm framed $340 unframed $270 width:640;;height:466
  • 13. Judith Deland - Result Creek, East Gippsland in the snow.<br />East Gippsland's diversity of climate, soil, topography makes for the "most diverse area of temperate forest on Earth" (Prof. David Bellamy). Here we see the tall wet fern forests of Errinundra plateau in a cloak of winter snow.<br />70 x 60 cm framed $340 unframed $270 width:640;;height:431
  • 14. John Reid - Forest Rocky Ridge. South East Forest National Park, NSW 2011<br />Many threatened and endangered plants and animals depend upon the rocky granite ridges in the southeast forests of NSW. Clearfelling for woodchips disturbs the delicate balance of prevailing environmental factors and renders these island havens unsuitable as essential habitats. For conservation issues associated with human disturbance of rocky outcrop sites see (Michael et al., 2010) and (Pike et al., 2011)<br />Digital print from 8 x 10 inch transparency. Archival ink, rag paper 98 x 116 cm. Unframed $3,900.00 width:604;;height:480
  • 15. John Reid - Forest and Nunnock Swamp. South East Forest National Park, NSW<br />2011.<br />Swamps are the wellsprings of the forests of the southeast. Nunnock Swamp’s slow release of water sustains the surrounding forest and grasslands. The area is a classic ecotone – a transition zone between different landscapes resulting in a high density of organisms. Nunnock Swamp nourishes plants (Keith et al., 1995) endangered by foraging beasts such as feral pigs and deer that have established in nearby forests heavily disturbed by industrial logging for woodchips.<br />Digital print from 8 x 10 inch transparency. Archival ink, rag paper 90 x 90 cm. Unframed $3,400.00 width:480;;height:480
  • 16. John Reid - Forest Fringe. South East Forest National Park, NSW. 2011.<br />Eventually, as you leave the forest you become aware of its cultural assets. It is a perfect resource for children learning how to wonder; it’s a theatre of light for patrons of the arts; it is rich substrate for scientists’ quests for reliable knowledge; it’s a refuge for activists committed to ending a human tragedy.<br />Digital print from 8 x 10 inch transparency. Archival ink, rag paper 90 x 90 cm. Unframed $3,400.00 width:480;;height:480
  • 17. John Reid - Forest Canopy. Moon Bay, Far South Coast, NSW. 2011.<br />Journal entry: 11.45 pm. 26 March 2011: A celestial voyage as wonderful as any. Acknowledgements to the gliders, possums, bats and owls - traditional owners of the forest canopy, Moon Bay. Thank you to Marzena Wasikowska for production assistance. Dedicated to Earthlings Dan and Richard.<br />Digital photographs x 12. Archival ink, rag paper 46.3 x 90 cm. Unframed $2,900.00 width:640;;height:367
  • 18. Heide Smith - Mumbulla Magic NSW 2011.<br />The parts of Mumbulla which have not been logged, are wild and full of magic. It is not only the canopy, but also the floor strewn with granite rocks, which seems to tell stories from long ago.<br />Inkjet print on Hahnemuehle rag<br />45 x 32 cm framed $895 unframed $595 width:640;;height:456
  • 19. Heide Smith - Bangalays at Aragunnu NSW 2011.<br />Aragunnu is a sacred women’s place. These heavy and bended<br />trees have a feminine feel. They are called Bangalays, and host numerous vines as well as ferns. This place is now a popular picnic point, but when you visit very early in the morning, you can feel at one with nature.<br />Inkjet print on Hahnemuehle rag 50 x 35 cm framed $895 unframed $595 width:640;;height:426
  • 20. Heide Smith - Mumbulla NSW 2011<br />Mumbulla needs to recover from the logging so that it may get back to its former glory. It is the most sacred place for all Yuin People up and down the coast.<br />Inkjet print on Hahnemuehle rag 55 x 35 cm framed $895 unframed $595 width:640;;height:467
  • 21. Heide Smith - Early morning fishing on Wagonga Inlet NSW 2011<br />The forests along the coastline of the South East of NSW are punctuated by lakes and inlets. Here the 'Spotted Gums' extend over the waters edge seeking light. Sometimes they go out too far so that huge branches crash into the lake.<br />Inkjet print on Hahnemuehle rag 55 x 28 cm framed $1095 unframed $795 width:640;;height:320
  • 22. Heide Smith - Old forest floor 2011<br />Often the canopy of old forests is dense enough to create a dark and moist floor, just right for fungi to flourish, which come in all sizes and colours.<br />Inkjet print on Hahnemuehle rag 32 x 21cm framed $700 unframed $495 width:640;;height:425
  • 23. Heide Smith - Wally at Bithry Inlet NSW 2011<br />The wallabies in this region are mainly Black Swamp Wallabies. This one hopped from the dense forest where it was feeding onto the adjacent sandy beach a few moments later.<br />Inkjet print on Hahnemuehle rag 32 x 19 cm framed $700 unframed $495 width:640;;height:370
  • 23a Heide Smith - Echidna width:597;;height:480
  • 24. Gordon Undy - Stringy and Spotty.<br />These companions are often seen near the Mumbulla Creek Road on Mumbulla Mountain. Both are very “useful” timbers and therefore always under threat.<br />Silver-gelatin photograph 36 x 26 cm framed $1030 unframed $950 width:368;;height:480
  • 25.Gordon Undy - Fingers of the Princess:<br />This magnificent Fig tree has roots extending much further than this shows right down to the creek below. It is near Pebbly Beach in Murramarang NP - home for literally thousands of creatures.<br />Silver-gelatin photograph 50 x 40 cm framed $1330 unframed $1250 width:380;;height:480
  • 26. Gordon Undy - Up in Mumbulla.<br />Part of the wonderful canopy which works to get rid of carbon dioxide and produce life-giving oxygen - a much better alternative to a carbon tax. Its absence after harvesting is devastating for all forest dwellers, any nearby forest and for humans to whom it gives inspiration and peace.<br />Silver-gelatin photograph 50 x 40 cm framed $1330 unframed $1250 width:378;;height:480
  • 27. Gordon Undy - Evening at Mumbulla Tops.<br />This is the way life should be - the harmony of cohabitation and regeneration. The birds had settled for the night and evening descends on the mountain.<br />Silver-gelatin photograph 40 x 50 cm framed $1330 unframed $1250 width:603;;height:480
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