misleading existence


TOOLS: CAMERA: Leica M240, Leica 35/1.4 SUMMILUX-M, 35mm/1/250s/ISO 400, Lee 0.6 grad
My unsaid passage in time.

This winter I went exploring Jakuszyce again. I skied over 20km that misty and cold afternoon and I never thought that I would have quit a wonderful experience. Here’s the story.
The image above was taken in one of my beloved places in Jakuszyce. It seems like it’s changing every second. It needs no introduction to anyone who have ever wandered around. The weather had begun to fall into a misty enigma and fog did the job perfectely limiting visibility to virtually 2-3 meters and there was no light to be seen at all. I took off my skies and slowly sank in the snow as I was trying to get towards the Izera river covered up by the snow. Then this magic happened.
Listening to: Pearl Jam – GardenPearl Jam – Garden
Sometimes words are hard to find but KiethKieth had no problems at all:

“I continue to be fascinated by this photo. I think it is because I have never seen the results of using a wide-angle lens so close to the ground. It is such a fantastic idea and so well done!! I also like how you chose a long exposure so that the clouds invoke the feeling of lurking ghosts to fit right in with the theme. And the mole ‘hills’ have the appearance of crude, freshly dug graves outside the bounds of the church’s cemetery proper. Aaahh, I could go on and on with the all the symbolism I see in this excellent photo but I won’t risk boring you. :)”


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