Geir Tønnessen
In his series Nature, Geir Tønnessen takes spooky shots of Norwegian forests. But what is it exactly that makes them so spooky? They’re dark, yes, but there is something in Tønnessen’s shots that make the plants seem alive in an animal sense. To see more of Tønnessen’s work, click here. 
- Lee Jones
Geir Tønnessen
Geir Tønnessen
In his series Nature, Geir Tønnessen takes spooky shots of Norwegian forests. But what is it exactly that makes them so spooky? They’re dark, yes, but there is something in Tønnessen’s shots that make the plants seem alive in an animal sense. To see more of Tønnessen’s work, click here. 
- Lee Jones
Geir Tønnessen
Geir Tønnessen
In his series Nature, Geir Tønnessen takes spooky shots of Norwegian forests. But what is it exactly that makes them so spooky? They’re dark, yes, but there is something in Tønnessen’s shots that make the plants seem alive in an animal sense. To see more of Tønnessen’s work, click here. 
- Lee Jones
Geir Tønnessen
Geir Tønnessen
In his series Nature, Geir Tønnessen takes spooky shots of Norwegian forests. But what is it exactly that makes them so spooky? They’re dark, yes, but there is something in Tønnessen’s shots that make the plants seem alive in an animal sense. To see more of Tønnessen’s work, click here. 
- Lee Jones
Geir Tønnessen
Geir Tønnessen
In his series Nature, Geir Tønnessen takes spooky shots of Norwegian forests. But what is it exactly that makes them so spooky? They’re dark, yes, but there is something in Tønnessen’s shots that make the plants seem alive in an animal sense. To see more of Tønnessen’s work, click here. 
- Lee Jones
Geir Tønnessen

Geir Tønnessen

In his series Nature, Geir Tønnessen takes spooky shots of Norwegian forests. But what is it exactly that makes them so spooky? They’re dark, yes, but there is something in Tønnessen’s shots that make the plants seem alive in an animal sense. To see more of Tønnessen’s work, click here. 

- Lee Jones

(Source: artandsciencejournal.com)

Geir Tønnessen

In his series Nature, Geir Tønnessen takes spooky shots of Norwegian forests. But what is it exactly that makes them so spooky? They’re dark, yes, but there is something in Tønnessen’s shots that make the plants seem alive in an animal sense. To see more of Tønnessen’s work, click here. 

- Lee Jones

(Source: artandsciencejournal.com)





  Posted on January 8, 2013

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