Photo by Dan Barham | Words by Seb Kemp
Descending into the lower valley, more vegetation began to flourish, leaves so thick and deeply green as to almost be black. Then the valley wriggled, dog-legged, and tightened until walls stood up much straighter and the immense height of the gorge could only be guessed and not eyed.
We weren’t pioneers, pirates or explorers plundering the delights of a new land. Anyone can do exactly what we did…
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With a strong background in mountain biking and other outdoor sports yet able to work in all fields of photography, he captures natural, authentic images which blend artistic visuals with astute story-telling. Since 2008, Dan has enjoyed a position as one of BIKE magazine’s select few Senior Photographers.
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