The vast and magical forests of Canada's west coast take the spotlight in photographer Troy Moth's latest work, 'At Night.' Born deep within the forests of British Columbia in a tree-planting camp, this world explored by few was Moth's home for many years. After traveling the world to pursue photography, his return to the breathtaking and overwhelming forests of B.C. is highlighted in this series of photos, which shows just how enchanting nature can become after sunset.
Capturing the view of the starry night from beneath the trees, and the mesmerizing natural transformations of tree's roots, Troy Moth's 'At Night' shows how powerful nature can be. This series is truly a reminder that if you take the time to stop and look at the details of your surroundings, you'll see that beauty really is all around.
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