Thursday, March 1, 2018

Kilian Schönberger, Winter’s Tale

New series from my favorite German photographer.


szopen said...

The third and the last photo are really beautiful. Which again brings the same question: why it is beautiful? What makes photo of snow-cowered, barren land aesthetically pleasing to more-or-less apes who evolved in lush subtropic areas?

Shadow said...

Perhaps it's the quiet and feeling of peacefulness that usually accompanies falling/fallen snow? Or maybe it's the feeling of time standing still (icicles, silence)? Or perhaps it's because it can mean a day off from school or work? Or maybe it's because to vast swaths of densely populated areas it is simply rare?