“Light On The Land”…

…is a legendary illustrated book with images by Art Wolfe and words by Art Dickinson. On my recent trip to the foothills of the Alps, I came across some scenes I´dnt have recognized without that inspiration by one (for me) of the most influential photographers today. And this is what he uses to say when doing a critique on images: ” Hit me over the head with your subject – never leave me guessing!” That in mind and looking for great light, there really can´t go that much wrong…Enjoy!

 

Sidelit ledge at “Zugspitze”/Germany

 

Reflections on the water, Plansee/Austria

 

Morning glory at Sudelfeldpaß/Germany

 

Inversion weather at Sudelfeldpaß/Germany

 

Sidelit trees with white frost on a distant ridge

 

“Balance between positive and negative – considering dark and light!” (Art Wolfe, US-American photographer)

 

 

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