Sunday, June 13, 2010

Incredible Landscape

Rare rock in mist, taken at Heavenly Sea New Path, June 2004, 1 PM - Wang Wusheng

The landscape photographs of Ansel Adams were probably the first photographs I really studied, they got me interested in photography. I obviously looked too deeply because now I find most landscape photography very dull.

But occasionally I see something that wakes me up. The photograph above is by Wang Wusheng one of several young talents from China whose work I'm enjoying.

1 comment:

  1. Yes, we've seen it all these days, haven't we? Though actually BEING in a natural landscape is never tiresome, a perfectly executed image for the calendar or crossword puzzle is so common it makes us yawn or we fail to see it altogether. One has to capture the spirit of a landscape on paper to be noticed. I'm not a photographer, so I don't know how that's done. I only know it when I see it.



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