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On the Nature of Landscapes (Lousce)

In a time of human induced climate change, every perceivable landscape is partly formed by human activity. We humans have become the landscape.

But we are not alone in it. We are surrounded by other life forms, by eagles and bugs, by mountains and plains, by rivers and clouds …

I let these surroundings guide my camera movement in long exposure photos to co-create new landscapes. Thus, we become the landscape, together with what surrounds us. Humans and non-humans