BAOBABS AT NIGHT, MADAGASCAR, 2018
Baobabs glow against a night sky in western Madagascar. These “upside-down trees” are associated with Africa, but while that entire continent has only one species, Madagascar is home to six species of baobabs, all of them unique to that wondrous island. Locally they’re called “Reniala”, meaning mother of the forest.

Frans Lanting

Print Size: 1013x675 mm
Frame Size: 1170x840 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Baryta 315gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS FL 235 20

 

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BAOBABS AT NIGHT, MADAGASCAR, 2018


Baobabs glow against a night sky in western Madagascar. These “upside-down trees” are associated with Africa, but while that entire continent has only one species, Madagascar is home to six species of baobabs, all of them unique to that wondrous island. Locally they’re called “Reniala”, meaning mother of the forest.

Photographer:
Frans Lanting


Print Size: 1013x675 mm

Frame Size: 1170x840 mm

Exhibit: POS FL 235 20

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