Why should a photographer shoot more than one photo of the same location? Musings at the Obereversand lighthouse.
One of my favorite places out there is the German North Sea coast. However, as much as I love the feel and the atmosphere of this place, the landscape itself isn’t too photogenic at first glance. It doesn’t shine in its visual characteristics but in the feeling and atmosphere of its smaller details, which constitute an experience far larger than the sum of its part.
This post contains a series photos taken at the in the beautiful season of autumn. The photographs are presented without further information except for the title and the location. No explanations, no talking. Just enough silence to allow for silent conversations between you and the image.
Of all four seasons, winter represents transience and finitude more than any other. No question, all four seasons carry the element of change and transformation. But in winter, you can see that every change eventually comes to its end.
If you take a boat for a ride along the coastline of the beautiful Mediterranean island Majorca, you’ll find that one its most mysterious and sometimes iconic features are the watchtowers, like the Talaia de Son Jaumell. Last fall, I had the opportunity to hike to one of those towers myself. The Talaia de Son Jaumell is situated the Es Telégraf, approximately 271 meters above the sea. On the way up, I occasionally stopped and took a couple of photos all of which I share in this post.