LANDSCAPES ON THE EDGE
"I love trees, and find them beautiful, whatever stage of life or death they are in. They are resilient, tenacious – and fragile, often eking out an existence at the limits of their viable range. Consumed by fire, sculpted by the wind, or stripped of bark and leant on by elephants, they somehow manage to survive in extreme conditions. These three images taken above the natural tree-line at Injebreck are from a collection spanning forty years that record the survival or loss of trees and hedges in marginal or vulnerable environments. "