Photographer Murray Fredericks’ unique visual language transforms remote or hostile natural environments into ethereal vistas that appear to be from worlds beyond our own. In his latest collection Topophilia Fredericks delivers a view of the Greenland Ice Sheet where the horizon melts into sky, and light plays with atmospheric anomalies that create epic scenes that stand to sweep the viewer into another universe.
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