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Aquatiques: Australian Seaweeds in Mysterious Images[1] author: Françoise Holtzmacher (Belgium)
Description Belgian photographer based in Sydney, Françoise Holtzmacher has always explored a diverse range of subjects dealing with her photography which aims to revive the mystery and the poetry of the place that will hopefully remain unchanged.

There are many kinds of plants filling with wonders of nature that fascinates photographer all the time, including the seaweeds. “They come in different shapes, sizes, colors and textures. They look fragile but they are not. They have the same smell, that of the wild oceans. And their intricate beauty is mysterious and fascinating.” Françoise Holtzmacher describe the seaweeds.

Australia has one of the richest and most diverse seaweed floras in the world with as many as 2,400 species. Here are just a few of them that photographed by Françoise Holtzmacher.

More information at aine-photography.com

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