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A moody collection of landscapes captured in Australia and New Zealand

Melbourne-based photographer Lisa Sorgini sent us a link to Lambent, a gorgeous collection of landscapes she shot around Australia and New Zealand. Taking her inspiration from quiet hush of the countryside, Lisa says that the series explores some of the contradictions that are unique to the Southern Hemisphere:

...the extreme contrast between light and dark, the burden of clouds and weightlessness of mist, the genesis of life and ongoing regeneration and decay. Each image captures the intersection between the extremities of nature and human habitation, transforming the landscape into a document of residual absence.

Born in Adelaide and raised on a farm on the NSW North Coast, Lisa has has worked as a photographer and artist for over 6 years. We're loving the muted, moody vibes in her work. Check out more photos at her website

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