If we're gonna do a piece of art, why don't we do it right?" -Clyde Butcher
Clyde Butcher is photographer and traditionalist who believes in the magic of the darkroom, not digital shortcuts. His black and white photography of the Florida Everglades illuminates a secretive corner of America, covered by a sensuous fog. One of Butcher's photographic subjects is the ghost orchid, which was fittingly portrayed in Stanley Kubrick's Adaptation as one of the most elusive creatures of the Everglades.
Inspiration Point, Yosemite National Park
Moraine Valley, Rocky Mountain National Park
via Clyde Butcher