The dejected beast
In this forest of beech and starry hyacinths, I found an ancient fallen beech whose roots look like the head of the beast and whose trunk was splintered, as if it had been its death wound. I went to the location several days in a row until I was lucky enough to be able to photograph with the right foggy atmosphere. In the North of Spain, Asturias.
Author: I am a telecommunications technician and my passion is the landscape and nature photography that I have been practicing for more than a decade, always looking for the artistic orientation of the landscape. I photograph in the best hours of light, preparing the photographic sessions conscientiously, taking into account the weather forecasts, tides, stations ...I love photographing the coast, rivers, mountains and forests at the beginning of the seasons when from my point of view as a photographer they are more exuberant. I understand photography as a form of expression, through it I express what landscape means to me in all its spectrum.
A constant in my landscape photography is light and color, I always try to find those moments of light that enhance the volumes and saturate the colors, it really makes a difference. From a mountain landscape, to a coastal landscape, through forests, rivers and fields.