It is this time of the year again. Skin’s getting paler, coats are getting thicker and, depending on where you live, more or less snowflakes are trying to cover the landscape and transform the vibrant scenery of long gone summer into a monochromatic something.
Whether or not you like winter, you have to admit to its special aura of freezing-fresh air and cushioned sounds. For us, the sound absorbing scenery of winter and the short days always make us feel as if our fast-forward world takes a step back and relaxes a little bit.
Slow pace and silence were also the driving forces behind the creation of this photo series. It started as a project at university where we were asked to make photos that were to be buried for at least 100 years in some sort of time capsule. The initial aim was to conserve some nature, silence and space which – keeping the process of urbanization and the expansion of cities in mind – might be gone to some extent in 100 years… so for the snow.
Speaking about it, we might just ruined the initial aim by posting these images before those 100 years have passed. But if they delighted you, it was for a good cause. Whether or not, remember we are always appreciating comments and thoughts that are sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
To come to a close, we’d like to wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy new year.