Milford Sound, a scenic icon since the 19th century, receives a rather different treatment in this work by Wayne Barrar – the focus is as much on the platform as the waterfall. Barrar highlights the way that man-made constructions such as bridges or paths affect our perception of the landscape.
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Photograph by Wayne Barrar
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