Winter light shining brightly onto the remains of a once mighty redwood. I am fascinated by the light that is able to creep into the forest and how it changes with the seasons. This light in the dark always seems so difficult to capture and the photos never seem to evoke the feeling of being there. Perhaps some things are better left alone or maybe a fool that persists in his folly will someday take that magic photo.
Dawn light and wintery peaks captured with the old black Holga. Getting up early isn’t all that bad sometimes.
Experiencing wilderness is like taking a ride in a time machine to a place familiar yet distant. That old friend you love to see but are a bit wary of all the same.
As humans we have the ability to protect wilderness, let’s do so before it is too late.
Pinhole photograph taken on a very windy morning in East Greenland, 2013 using a simple pinhole camera and Kodak Tmax 100 iso film.