Kara Rosenlund, the Australian stylist and travel photographer who shared Tasmania’s Satellite Island with the world through her images, has returned to the much pinned boathouse and released five limited edition prints for your walls.
Her now iconic 2014 images of the Satellite Island boathouse were published worldwide and the island became a must-visit destination for global travellers who sought to experience it for themselves. Now, five years later, she has returned to the secluded private island to photograph its rugged beauty once again.
“In 2014, I received an invitation to spend time on Satellite Island. I was photographing chapters for my book, Shelter, and had heard whispers about this secret remote island through the grapevine. At the time, it was still a mystery as to who owned it and where it was.
“I spent three days and nights alone on the island, absorbing the wild nature of this remote place. I would lie awake in the boathouse at night, not wanting to close my eyes and miss a thing.”
This year, she returned with her parents and husband and captured more stunning photographs.
“Watching the world discover Satellite Island has been exhilarating,” Kara says. “It is a place of raw natural beauty and my new print collection celebrates the abstract nature of this wild place on the edge of the earth.”
The new prints (from $290 unframed) are available in four sizes and are limited to 30 of each size. They are hand signed, numbered and dated by Kara.