N A N D O R    L A N G
OBSCURE​​​​​​​
A COLLECTION O F MONOCHROME PHOTOGRAPHS WITH DARK TONES
RISING SUN, SETTING MOON
My plan was to take a photo of peaks covered by snow as it is lifted up by the wind, while the moon shines through it. It seemed like a good plan...
I've waited till dawn. The sky was getting more and more cloudy, the moon was setting, and I've been getting further away from the scene I envisioned. I was about to give up when the sky cleared up and the first rays of the rising sun illuminated the peaks for a few minutes. 
The Italian Alps, 2014.
BROKEN WAVES
Waves hitting the rocks near Manarola, Cinque Terre.
Italy, 2012.

BROKEN RAYS
Rays of light are lighting the peaks through the clouds and mist as the storm breaks in the Julian Alps.
Slovenia, 2018.
SNOW
Crystals of snow in the dunes of the Julian Alps.
Slovenia, 2018.
ISLAND IN THE MIST
Lake Bled with the Julian Alps in the background. 
Slovenia, 2018.
DRESSED FOR THE STARS
A wild pear tree in full bloom photographed on a starry starry night.  
Csákvár, Hungary, 2014.
GHOST TREE
The oak trees were once common species on the banks of lowland rivers. With the expansion of agriculture, the rivers were pushed back, and oak forests almost completely disappeared from the Great Plains. The eldest tree is approximately 400 years old, with his companions a kind of memento, preserves the memory of a bygone age.
Gemenc, Hungary, 2016.





The photographs are available as limited edition fine art prints, printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta fine art paper.
Each photograph is available for sale in a limited edition of 25 copies.
The prints are hand-signed and numbered by the photographer.
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OBSCURE

A collection of monochrome photographs with dark tones. Hasselblad X1D, 45mm, 80mm, 135mm
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