The relationship between humans and the natural world has been depicted photographically in myriad ways: both are seen as monumental forms and as oppositional forces and partners on an unknown journey. In his body of photographic work and monograph of the same name, photographer Cliff Watts considers Wood Water & Rock a collaboration between myself and six willing friends who volunteered to go through extreme heat, freezing cold and various uncomfortable conditions."
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