Devonian Flesh

The rocks in these photographs are more than 350 million years old, formed from the coral reefs of the Devonian Period, photographed in north Western Australia. The contemplation of rocks may shift our cosmological viewpoint, from the deep time of caves, onto mountains that formed as sea beds, and out into the universe. Through relocation of these rocks into interiors,  attention is drawn to natural landscapes and  the inextricable relationship between urban and natural.