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Wallaby resting in the ash of the cool fires. With a halo of fresh Lemon grass cut from my garden. It was important for me to photograph him on this burnt earth. Indigenous Australians have burnt the tall grass to make way for the new green shoots for the Wallaby every year for perhaps the last 60,000 years. It feels appropriate that he can rest here now. He will new shoots to come for the next generation.

My sons and I were at the river today and as we sat quietly watching the water a wallaby almost ran into us! It had not seen us and seemed to be hopping along merrily, day dreaming, perhaps was such a shock for both parties, it pulled up so quickly and we all stood frozen in the moment until it hopped away, one eye on us as he lift into the tall grass. It seemed that today their spirit was with us.

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Burial Rites collection image

So often now in the western world we turn away from death and have so few rites and honoring left in our culture. This series is imbued with the rituals of my ancestors past, of viking burials, of Stone Henge sacrifices of druid offerings and witches brews. An ode to the natural world and to the wild in all of us.

My Decay Projects are focused on the practice of truth telling, to capture life exactly as it is, death, decay and an honest capturing of its motion through the natural world.

Pieces are usually made #AndyGoldswothy style. In situ using only what is available in the immediate environment. Capturing a moment that is uniquely of it's place before letting all it's parts return to atom and dust, a passing moment in the natural world captured in 0's and 1's on the blockchain for all eternity.

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Wallaby resting in the ash of the cool fires. With a halo of fresh Lemon grass cut from my garden. It was important for me to photograph him on this burnt earth. Indigenous Australians have burnt the tall grass to make way for the new green shoots for the Wallaby every year for perhaps the last 60,000 years. It feels appropriate that he can rest here now. He will new shoots to come for the next generation.

My sons and I were at the river today and as we sat quietly watching the water a wallaby almost ran into us! It had not seen us and seemed to be hopping along merrily, day dreaming, perhaps was such a shock for both parties, it pulled up so quickly and we all stood frozen in the moment until it hopped away, one eye on us as he lift into the tall grass. It seemed that today their spirit was with us.

See you again

Burial Rites collection image

So often now in the western world we turn away from death and have so few rites and honoring left in our culture. This series is imbued with the rituals of my ancestors past, of viking burials, of Stone Henge sacrifices of druid offerings and witches brews. An ode to the natural world and to the wild in all of us.

My Decay Projects are focused on the practice of truth telling, to capture life exactly as it is, death, decay and an honest capturing of its motion through the natural world.

Pieces are usually made #AndyGoldswothy style. In situ using only what is available in the immediate environment. Capturing a moment that is uniquely of it's place before letting all it's parts return to atom and dust, a passing moment in the natural world captured in 0's and 1's on the blockchain for all eternity.

Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
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