Back in the analog age of photography I worked on 6x6 medium format B&W film. Somehow after the change to work digital I still love the square format and the reduction to monochrom. "Root I" is part of my "Wrecks & Roots" series that showcase the caducity of all things. I print on Baryt-FineArt-Papier 310g/m². If you wish a different size or medium such as canvas, please contact me.
In the hot season the water level of several water reservoirs drops rapidly. As these are man made lakes, roots of the former vegetation appear on shelves and provide great subjects to photograph. "Root I" is captured at the Queen Sirikit Dam in Uttaradit, Thailand
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I am a self taught photographer and artist with 35 years experience in the field. After working for advertising clients until the early 2000, I decided to concentrate on my art and personal projects. I am represented by the art agent, Britta Aquistapace in Munich, Germany who guided me through several international shows of my work. As my heart is with landscape photography I am working on several long term projects that reflect the human input on our environment and people itself. You can see more on https://andreasminge.myportfolio.com/work