If you are a devoted traveler in heart and explorer of the world, you should already be familiar with landscape photography. Through the years, several artists from around the world have tried to capture the unspoken beauty that lies in nature. However, most of the times the resulted image holds only a side of this hidden magic, capturing partly colors or simple yet impressive geometries, proving that an image can only be an image and nothing else. Ceci n’est pas une pipe after all, right?
Rebecca Newman comes to capsize this notion, proving that landscape photography can actually communicate feelings more than impression and stimulate overwhelming senses. From the dreamy palette of her artwork to the perfectly balanced but not strict geometries, the frames she forms captures the vision and kickstarts a narration that evolves later on into a journey. One engages himself into exploring the small details of images where even the most insignificant suddenly become integral elements of the synthesis.