Le photographe Andy Lee s’est spécialisé dans les photographies de montagnes. Et pour en saisir toutes les dimensions, il a choisi d’utiliser du matériel capable d’attraper des extrémités du spectre lumineux normalement invisibles à l’oeil nu. Avec la série Infrared, il donne aux montagnes le relief qu’elles méritent.

1. Chili

Torres VIII #patagonia #chile #645z

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Torres VII #patagonia #chile #645z

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3.

Torres IR #infrared #patagonia #chile

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5.

Guanaco, Torres Del Paine, Chile #patagonia #chile #645z

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6. Islande

? Peak XII #infrared #iceland

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7.

? Dark, dark my light, and darker my desire - Theodore Roethke #infrared #iceland

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8. France (Mont Saint Michel)

mont st michel #france #happysaturday

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9. Chili

horse #patagonia #chile

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11. Chili

Towers of Paine #infrared #chile #patagonia #torresdelapine

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12. Pays de Galles

ewe and i on top of the world #infrared #brecon #baaaa #wales

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13. Chili

Find what you love and let it kill you - Bukowski #infrared #patagonia #chile

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Source : Andy Lee via Graine de Photographe