Ben Nason Dearly departed


Grandpa, Adam and Grandpa Paul (l to r) / 2015 / from the series 'dearly departed'

27cmX18cm (10.6"x7") / ed of 5+2A/Ps / Giclée print on Hahnemühle paper

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Ma / 2015 / from the series 'dearly departed'

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Ben Nason Dearly departed


Mary? Is that you? / 2015 / from the series 'dearly departed'

27cmX18cm (10.6"x7") / ed of 5+2A/Ps / Giclée print on Hahnemühle paper

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Ben Nason Dearly Departed


Aunt Suzanne / 2015 / from the series 'dearly departed'

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Granny Pat / 2015 / from the series 'dearly departed'

18cmX27cm (7"x10.6") / ed of 5+2A/Ps / Giclée print on Hahnemühle paper

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Bobbi / 2015 / from the series 'dearly departed'

18cmX27cm (7"x10.6") / ed of 5+2A/Ps / Giclée print on Hahnemühle paper

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Ben Nason Dearly departed


Grandpa and Adam (l to r) / 2015 / from the series 'dearly departed'

18cmX27cm (7"x10.6") / ed of 5+2A/Ps / Giclée print on Hahnemühle paper

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Ben Nason Dearly departed


Grandpa / 2015 / from the series 'dearly departed'

18cmX27cm (7"x10.6") / ed of 5+2A/Ps / Giclée print on Hahnemühle paper

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Ben Nason Dearly departed


Pat (foreground) and Sarah / 2015 / from the series 'dearly departed'

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Granny Pat, Uncle Jo, Teddy, Grandpa Paul and Fagan (l to r) / 2015 / from the series 'dearly departed'

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Where my parents live, they have dedicated an area of grassland for planting young trees either to celebrate family births or more commonly to commemorate the death of friends or family members that they have loved.


My parents will choose the tree or shrub that either they knew was a favourite of that person, or that they feel best represents that person.

In some cases, the person may have made a 'special request' of a tree that they feel best represents them as they see themselves, or want to be remembered as being like.

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