The Hidden Beauty of Estuaries

Estuaries are places where twice each day water becomes land and back again. This rhythmic flux has etched an otherworldly mosaic of life into these landscapes where rivers enter the sea.

Timber felled inland flows to log sorts along rivers of concrete and steel. Here, nature‚Äôs colourful fluidity is bisected by the planned order of industry.

On one side there is a forest and the other a sea. The skeletons of both occupy the space between.