We’re loving the solemn feeling evoked by Maroesjka Lavigne‘s usage of muted colors and framing in this series.
From My Modern Met:
In her series Land of Nothingness, Belgian photographer Maroesjka Lavigne reveals solitude and stillness in the stark, pale landscape of Namibia. Depicting the arid desert in delicately muted colors, she draws attention to surprising signs of life on the vast, empty land—a herd of wild animals here, a tiny figure and his shadow there, the gnarled branches of crooked trees emerging from the earth.
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