npr.org has an article on chlorophyll print photography by Binh Danh:

When Binh Danh prints pictures on leaves, something inexplicable happens. His small, green canvases expand beyond measure with both the seen and the unseen. The serenity of the Buddha on a circular nasturtium suggests a primordial, benevolent world; armed soldiers in camouflage, crouched in calla lily foliage, appear to be both predator and prey; and a young Vietnamese boy, held in the fingered palm of a philodendron, aches with human vulnerability.

  • I can't remember the last time photography brought tears to my eyes. Amazing. Beautiful, haunting. Thanks for that.


  • I'm glad you shared that site with us. The "Drifting Souls" print was especially striking.

  • That's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen. I wish I had that genius.

  • jet

    That is some beautiful, haunting work.

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