Black and white photographs of a Northumberland beach

These black and white photographs of a Northumberland beach function well together as a set but each one can exist on its own.

Ces photographies noir et blanc d’une plage de Northumberland fonctionnent come un ensemble mais chacune peut exister par elle-même.









Northumberland Beach black and white photograph rocks sea and cliffs



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  1. David Elrod September 24, 2015 at 1:59 pm #

    Christophe, These remind me of a middle age crisis. There are points in every career where one doubts their own direction so they venture off into a different direction. You can see these off-shoots in just about every major published photographer’s work. Ansel Adams went through almost a 10 years “dark” period and Robert Adams seems to get very dark when deep in a forest but on a beach he likes long grays. Somehow your mind settles into a place that is where it wants to be, but we have our doubts and try to rip ourselves into what may be more interesting territory which can be a good learning experience but after a while the mind will pull you back into the place that it wants you to be. Now see Not Romantic.

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