Life Framer Photography Prize Winner, Category: The Face Of The Earth
On the Dixam plateau, the dragon blood tree forms a shaded vault. This kind of tree is a vestige of a prehistoric flora that vanished on the African continent. It is famous for its blood-red sap, used in dyeing, in cosmetics, or as a medicinal remedy. This tree and others such as myrrh and frankincense trees have made Socotra famous since Antiquity.
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About the Artist:
Guillaume Petermann is a French photographer. He studied both photography and graphic arts but turned to photography as a mean of expressing himself. Guillaume splits his time freelancing as a photographer for reportage, portrait and editorial assignments, as well as a graphic/digital designer. He is working on photo-essays and visual storytelling assignments, as well as his own projects, covering various topics as travel, cultural, social and environmental documentary. He strives to create images and material that not only show, but reveal, that not only display but transfigure. He has worked for UNRWA, UNDP, Médecins du Monde and for various editorial assignments, in particular for adventure and ecotourism travel companies. His work has also appeared in numerous magazines and exhibitions.