A black and white photography taken at Death Valley.
Light and shadow transformed the desert landscape in an endless ocean where I was diving in.
The coastline of Iceland offers fantastic seascapes for monochrome photos. The idea here was also to work with a diagonal line seperating
the darker and lighter parts of the image. The sea foam leads the observer towards the mystic rocks of Vik and Myrdal.
The wreck of the Peter Iredale is very photogenic and an often photographed object. Before I was starting shooting photos I was observing the complete scenery for a while. The flood helped me to create an interesting foreground when the first water flowed over the sandpatterns of the beach.
The siren's song it's hard to resist. The beauty brings the spoil. I used this bad weather to do a photographic interpretation of this theme.
The dark clouds proclaim already the disastrous.