About Elaine Ling
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- An abandoned community of workers’ houses in Africa has been reclaimed by the desert sands — creating stunning “installations” of interior sand dune sculptures.
- Baobab trees are some of the largest living things on the planet and have a potential lifespan of more than a thousand years. Elaine Ling travelled far distances to find and photograph some incredible specimens with her large format camera. Can you spot the human posing next to the tree?
- Canadian photographer of Chinese heritage, Elaine Ling, travels the world alone with her 4x5 view camera and loads of polaroid film. On the road, she befriends strangers who invite her to document their personal, eclectic living spaces. The work shown here was taken over a two year span in Cuba.
- Trekking around the Gobi Desert with her 4 x 5 view camera, photographer Elaine Ling documents the modern/ancient lifestyles of nomadic people in Mongolia.
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