Pak Hong

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I am a photographer that works primarily in black and white ... from the streets to the peaks. A self-confessed old-school artist who is never in a hurry to share on social media. I prefer to spend more time to focus on my craft and commit to photography as a form of fine art.

ARTIST’S STATEMENT

Make Photo. Make Art.

$399.00 CAD

Photo print (matted and framed)

12.20x15.20"

Limited edition 1 of 50.

A river or stream flowing down from the mountains and running through a forest in the Canadian Rockies (Kootenay National Park). This gripping image shows the aftermath of a forest fire, which is a natural and necessary part of the ecosystem. It clears thick growth so sunlight can reach the forest floor and encourage new vegetation. The striking contrast of a few charred trees in the foreground and a young forest in the background illustrates the natural cycle of tree growth and replenishment. This shot captures the raw beauty of nature and looks best in black and white.

Pak Hong

$399.00 CAD

Photo print (matted and framed)

12.20x15.20"

Limited edition 1 of 50.

Forest fire smoke may have blanketed the region of Banff National Park in Canada, but nature never hide its beauty! Rays of the evening sun fell on the larch trees and the Bow River while dense smoke in the sky added to the drama. If you have not been to the Canadian Rockies, then be inspired. If you have been there, then be reminded!

Pak Hong

$399.00 CAD

Photo print (matted and framed)

15.20x12.20"

Limited edition 1 of 50.

Lukla is the trailhead of the Everest Base Camp Trek (EBC Trek) and it takes a few days of hiking to reach the South Base Camp of Mount Everest (Nepal's side). The journey begins with a picturesque view of the Himalayan mountains and valleys. The area is illuminated by a gentle diffused sunlight coming through the clouds of a clearing storm. Layers of mountains fading into the distant background.

Pak Hong