David Brandon Geeting - South Korean Nature Photography - Book Signing
April 8, 2016
In an attempt to make a series of landscapes on a vacation to three distinct habitats in South Korea, it became clear to David Brandon Geeting that his perception of what separates the “natural” from the “unnatural” had never really been considered. Does nature have no bounds? That frustratingly vague question posed a threat in the form of even more questions: What is the difference between vagueness and ambiguity? Is one less genuine? Is one more natural? Geeting started to consider what an issue of National Geographic “gone wrong” would look like. It started to seem “more right.”
South Korean Nature Photography is self published by Geeting, full color, 164 Pages, 6" x 7.765", paperback, perfect bound in an limited edition of 200. It retails for 25.00.