Photographer Graham Miller says the impetus for his new series – All That is Solid Melts into Air – initially came from reading Mark Tredinnick’s “The Blue Plateau: A Landscape Memoir”.
“Tredinnick is a poet and his writing is very lyrical combining natural history with his own story of belonging to a place, which in this case is the Blue Mountains,” explains Miller who lives in Western Australia. “The story was so evocative and beautiful that I decided I had to go and experience the mountains for myself.”
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