A collection of images from the famous Bamboo Park near Anduze, France.
The full double page spreads convey the immensity of these majestic trees, the way they control light and colour beneath the canopy.
Using an abstract approach the play of texture, tonality and reflection is combined to express the essence of the park.
Included are some striking abstract reflections in water which appear to add a third dimension to the page with vivid, daubs of paint-like ripples.
Tim Perceval was born in London in 1967 into a large family of Australian artists among the most influential of the 20th century. He studied in England and Australia in environmental management and economics with post-graduate degrees in science. After travelling and living in Australia, Asia, Europe, North and Central America he finally settled in 1999 back to his childhood roots in Provence. After a 3 year residence in Mexico and extensive travel in Central America he turned to professional photography, focusing on art, architecture, photojournalism, landscape and macro photography. He has recently photographed the sculpture park collection of Jean-Louis Servan Schreiber in Provence. In France his images are represented by Gamma Photo Agency. Also in demand as a wedding and portrait photographer.
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