I’ve done Landscape Photography many times before. Great landscapes, picturesque landscapes, ugly landscapes… This time I wanted to do it differently. I decided to fragmentize the image and the experience of the landscape. Not to fix the eye to a framed and composed view, but let the bits and pieces come together in the multitude of details and objects and let ones imagination build the final appreciation of this particular landscape. Time is also present in another way than the usual split of a second since my presence in the landscape making the ”picture” spans over more than a year.


Deconstructed Landscapechrister