Register | Login


It’s amazing what a little change in light can do to a landscape. Blue skies can turn red, orange sand can turn purple. In this photo series, Milanese photographer Luca Tombolini shows the sun’s extraordinarily ability to render a landscape almost unrecognizable and soften even the most harshest and blandest of environments such as a desert.

These images were taken during the summer of 2015 in Merzouga and Ouzina in Morocco. Tombolini would roam the desert looking for a place with just the right aesthetic. When he finds one, he would set up his camera and then wait for the light to change. Tombolini says he doesn’t have to wait for more than four hours.

tombolini-desert-9

Read more »
© Amusing Planet, 2017.


Loading...

The Stave Churches of Norway
The Stave Churches of Norway
Taq Kasra: The Archway of Ctesiphon
Taq Kasra: The Archway of Ctesiphon
Acoma Pueblo: The Oldest Continuously Inhabited Settlement in The United States
Acoma Pueblo: The Oldest Continuously Inhabited Settlement in The United States
The Nearly Invisible Wires That Enclose Nearly All Major Cities of The World
The Nearly Invisible Wires That Enclose Nearly All Major Cities of The World
The Backroom Collection of The National Museum of Natural History
The Backroom Collection of The National Museum of Natural History
Abandoned Victorian Public Toilets of London
Abandoned Victorian Public Toilets of London
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Berlin
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Berlin
Kalki Koechlin Looks Stunning wearing Separates
Kalki Koechlin Looks Stunning wearing Separates