Statement of IntentThe small treasures that I find while beach-combing have always held a great fascination for me. One day I found the largest mussel shell I had ever seen and was moved to photograph the patterns on the inside. The resulting images astounded me - they looked like very colourful alien landscapes. I loved them.Subsequently I found many more similar mussels shells worn and textured by the sea and with great excitementI started to photograph the dramatic landscapes that I could see in them. I felt that I was being given a glimpse of the evolution of our planet Eafth, from the Big Bang and fiery beginnings through the Ice Age, to the landscape we know today. I have tried to reflect this feeling in my panel.
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