We’ve featured the landscape photography of Italian photographer Luca Tombolini two times already in the past (here and here), and we’re happy to present for the first time a new group of pictures in his ongoing project Landscape Studies.
The series is called LS VIII, and shares with Luca’s previous works the devoted contemplation of beautiful natural landscapes, entirely devoid of the human presence – here the act of looking spurs the biggest questions you can ask: what is the origin of life? who are we? where are we going?
Read Luca’s short statement for the project:
The dawn of mankind, a time with no rationality. An ancestor contemplating the cosmos perceives the necessity of a divinity. The Second Cosmogony takes place along with the miracle of self-thinking consciousness. In that moment he knows he exists for a reason; he’s got the significative element and this had found a way to reveal itself to him. Conscious and Unconscious got together in the creation of the Self.