September 30, 2022
Awash in pale blue light or the glimmers of dusk and dawn, the dry, eroded terrains of the American West look as otherworldly vistas in the works of Stockholm-centered photographer Tobias Hägg (previously). Captured in spring of this 12 months, the aerial photos peer down on or out throughout the broad, rugged landscapes recognized as badlands. These areas are replete with geological formations and terrain range, and Hägg spotlights these kinds of shifts in elevation and soil by documenting the rippling, ravine crevices and buttes that forget the area. Light and shadow dramatize the pictures and intensify the textures and depth of the extraordinarily craggy topographies.
Prints of Hägg’s illustrations or photos are available in his shop, and you can come across more from photographer, which include new a forthcoming e book comprising a decade’s worthy of of work, on Behance and Instagram.
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