Intimate Landscapes

The term "intimate landscape" was first used by photographer Eliot Porter in the mid-1990s to describe a type of abstract photograph that, rather than focusing on the entire landscape, focused on specific, intimate details of a landscape.


In this collection, I attempt to create my own intimate landscapes from the world around me and isolate the textures, patterns, colors, and shapes that exist within the larger landscape. I hope to evoke a sense of peacefulness and cohesion, while also showing that chaos can simultaneoulsy exists in nature at all levels, down to the minute details.


Changing my perspective has allowed me to notice beautiful and intricate elements I would have overlooked before and has challenged the very notion of what a landscape is and can be...

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