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Lions Roar : September 2009
SHAMBHALA SUN SepteMBer 2009 58 PHOTOBYANNIELEIBOVITZ Traveling around the world to photograph natural and architectural monu- ments and sacred sites, Lynn Davis brings her negatives home and creates monumental black-and-white prints, 40 inches square or larger, with subtle tones, often using gold or selenium. We have featured several portfolios of Davis’ work, and profiled her in our January, 2008 issue. Even on the small scale of a magazine page, her photos communicate the majesty, as well as the decay, of sacred sites such as the pyramids of Egypt, Chinese pagodas, and the ruins of Buddhist temples and monuments. Her photographs of natural phenomena such as icebergs, rivers, geysers, and waterfalls have the same stately beauty as the ancient architecture she photographs. A recent body of work is a series in color of both working and abandoned space sta- tions in Florida, Kazakhstan, and French Guiana. The full range of her work is on display at lynndavisphotography.com. Lynn Davis Iceberg #1, Disko Bay, Greenland 1986