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Somewhere in Redwood Park in Northern California -NOT Patrick's Point (Oakland, CA)

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Somewhere in Redwood Park in Northern California -NOT Patrick's Point (Oakland, CA)

"Pitch black fell rapidly in the woods; deep gloom engulfed him. He had no fire, just the moonlight"

"Pitch black fell rapidly in the woods; deep gloom engulfed him. He had no fire, just the moonlight"

Jurrasic Park by Hengki Koentjoro // Hengki Koentjoro was born in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia, in 1963. He is a graduate of the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California where he majored in film. He now lives in Jakarta where he specializes in fine art photography both underwater and on land.

Jurrasic Park by Hengki Koentjoro // Hengki Koentjoro was born in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia, in 1963. He is a graduate of the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California where he majored in film. He now lives in Jakarta where he specializes in fine art photography both underwater and on land.

Well...that just looks like a jump scare waiting to happen, doesn't it?

Well...that just looks like a jump scare waiting to happen, doesn't it?

reflected trees silhouetted against full moon in winter via ^^ Bark at the Moon

reflected trees silhouetted against full moon in winter via ^^ Bark at the Moon

FOR THE LOVE TO BLACK AND WHITE  - As an architect, Moises Levy is singularly concerned with the manner in which light both defines and interacts with spatial environments. The same dynamic is at work in his coolly elegant, enigmatic landscape photography. Whether he’s focused on a line of saplings reflected in still water, a lonely tree bearing witness to the passing darkness, or huge rocks sculpted by time into strange and wondrous shapes...

FOR THE LOVE TO BLACK AND WHITE - As an architect, Moises Levy is singularly concerned with the manner in which light both defines and interacts with spatial environments. The same dynamic is at work in his coolly elegant, enigmatic landscape photography. Whether he’s focused on a line of saplings reflected in still water, a lonely tree bearing witness to the passing darkness, or huge rocks sculpted by time into strange and wondrous shapes...