His images are often reflective and solitary and create a mood of serenity, stillness, reverence for nature, and its power. They can also reflect our human frailty and hopefulness. –The Art Connection Group, exhibition notes. (“Church of the Good Shepherd,” Lake Tekapo, New Zealand)
-“Walking in Virgin Sand,” Death Valley, California
Gumpesberger’s father was an avid nature photographer who died before his son’s interest in photography fully took hold. Gumpesberger says he still follows his father’s advice on composing photographs, but not his hard-and-fast rules: “I now realize there are no rules.”
Peter Gumpesberger’s website, here.
- All images courtesy of Peter Gumpesberger