Book: On The Line - 1st Edition. 11 Colour photographs, H: 394mm c W: 330mm, 18 pages. Release Date 2019.

Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
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Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
Tree Portrait Series, Fort McMurray, Canada. November 2016
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Book: On The Line - 1st Edition. 11 Colour photographs, H: 394mm c W: 330mm, 18 pages. Release Date 2019.

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On The Line begins with a typology of dying trees. Burnt in Alberta’s catastrophic Horse River Wildfire of May 2016, they stand forlorn. Behind them feature the Clearwater River,  tarsand topsoil and Highway 63 - the sole access road to Fort McMurray and site of largest mass evacuation in Canadian history.  These elements provide sublte entry points into how Canada became the world’s 3rd largest exporter of oil. 


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Wildfire, a natural phenomenon, is rising in frequency, severity and area burned in many parts of the world. For the boreal forest, the world’s largest land biome, thorough studies explain this increase is a result of human influence on the earth's climate. Where will we go, as a species, when we are forced from lands we have had since our beginnings?

On the Line - 1st Print Edition

Photographs and Words by Alan McFetridge
Embossed soft cover with sewn cotton binding

11 colour photographs
H: 394mm x W: 330mm
16 pages

Design by Duncan Whyte

ISBN 978-1-9164729-0-7
Published by Here Sue

Edition of 1000


Materials:

Cover: Extract Flint 380gsm by G.F Smith produced from recycled coffee cups

End Paper: Extract Khaki 300gsm by G.F Smith produced from recycled coffee cups

Photographs: Munken Lynx Smooth 150gsm, an EU Ecolable Certified paper from the Scandinavian Boreal Forest.

Ink: 100% plant based by Park Communications, London

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On the Line uses 100% plant based and/or recycled material. To achieve this, we worked closely with G.F. Smith and Park Communications, London. Two leading British companies that place high priority on environmental concerns.

G.F. Smith developed Extract, a pioneering paper taking disposable paper cups destined for landfill and transforming them into beautiful paper.

Park Communicationsis an environmental award winning, EMAS certified company. 100% of the inks used are vegetable oil based, 95% of press chemicals are recycled for further use and, on average 99% of any waste associated with this production will be recycled.

Special thanks to the Royal Photographic Society and Photographic Angle for the Environmental Awareness Bursary"