Bettie CL Photography | DORSLAND series
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My series of four images, DORSLAND (literally translated as Thirst Land)  investigates the devastating effects of climate change. Drought and the yearning for water, which translates as the means for survival of the species, form the underlying theme.

I combined in Photoshop, between three and five different single exposures to produce one final image. These include scenes of dry desert grass, cracked mud, droplets on spider webs, patterns in mountain pools, landscapes and a portrait of my friend, Lauryn Jenny.

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