Vanishing Point – Pepe Escuredo
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Taken at the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane, Australia. The gallery was established in 1895 and moved to its current residence at the South Bank in 1982. The galleries now house a globally significant collection of contemporary art from Australia, Asia and the Pacific.
This Colombian river is located in the Serrania de la Macarena province of Meta. The river is commonly called the “River of Five Colours” or the “Liquid Rainbow,” and is noted for its striking colours. The bed of the river from the end of July through to November is variously coloured yellow, green, blue, black, and especially red, the last caused by its unique Macarenia clavigera plants on the riverbed.
I took this shot a while ago when Armando, a successful Portuguese model, was working for a prestigious agency in London. In 2008, he turned his focus to his passions, business and fashion, designing footwear and accessories that reflect and support modern living.
‘Jigokudani Monkey Park’
Located in Yamanouchi, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. The name Jigokudani, meaning ‘Hell’s Valley’, is due to the steam and boiling water that bubbles out of small crevices in the frozen ground. It is famous for its large population of wild Japanese macaques that go to the valley during winter to sit in the warm waters of the hot springs.
‘Uluru – Northern Territory, Australia’
I took this shot at the time British artist Bruce Munro had a light installation with more than 50,000 light stems. The frosted-glass spheres bloom as darkness falls over Australia’s spiritual heartland.