Swiss artist Thomas Flechtner trains his lens on the natural world, highlighting forms, shapes and superabundant color. His series Sites focuses on the boundaries between natural wilderness and cultivated landscape, exploring the movement and vibrancy of the natural world. (Above: Site 14, C-print mounted on aluminum, 55 1/4 x 69 inches)
-Site, c-print monté sur aluminium, édition 3/3, 140 x 175 cm
More of his work at Marianne Boesky Gallery, here.
Categories: Nature, Photography
Those pinks are amazing!
Yes, absolutely, and I wish there was more info on exactly what makes them that color.