Australian Didgeridoo

A unique view inside an Australian Didgeridoo by Trevor Gillespie/Peckham (Bungerroo) of New South Wales. Didgeridoos are hollowed out by termites, not by hand. Australian legend says that the first Didgeridoo was created when a hollow branch was pointed at the sky and blown to remove the termites. The white termites flew into the air and became the stars, to the sound of incredible music. The rich reds and blacks appear as a nebula more at home in the world of astrophotography. Shot with a Lumix S1R and a Laowa Probe lens, 84 images at various focal distances have been stacked together, giving the impression of an organic alien tunnel.

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Hand crafted museum-quality prints on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper. Each print presents outstanding reproduction of colour and detail, lasting up to 200 years.

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Acrylic prints shine beautifully, displaying the full depth and sharp detail of each photo. Each prints is handcrafted with care using the highest quality materials. Premium quality acrylic glass sheets protects each print from dust, scratches, and UV.

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Dibond prints extremely light-weight, so they are well-suited for large format and art pieces. The finished print is matte and glare-free, with highly saturated colours, even in large monochrome areas.

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