Susan Derges: THE RIVER TAW, 1998. Camara-less photography: "Susan Derges uses the landscape at night as her darkroom, submerging large sheets of photographic paper in rivers and using the moon and flashlight to create the exposure."
This photogram was created by Susan Derges in 2011. I thought the photo was interesting because at first I didn't realise a camera wasn't used to make it. The light shining into the vessel creates the look of a mini world; almost a microcosm of a pond. It captures the life cycle of creatures effectively so the audience can easily view the ideas portrayed.