In his curious 2012 project named simply ‘Sports Fields’, German Artist & Photographer, Philipp Lohöfener set about photographing various sporting locations from around the globe. With the clear and intended absence of the actual ‘sport’, the true beauty of these photographs lie within their ability to alter the usual perspectives. These beautiful pictures allow their locations; the pitches, courts and fields, and their surrounding environments, to become the main point of attention.
If you’d like to see more of Phillipp Lohöfener’s stunning photography, view the portfolio on his website or head over to his Behance profile, as linked above, where you’ll find plenty more of his projects.
Sunny By Pavel Ryzhenkov.
A new series of photo-manipulation I’m making combining parts of houses on trees.
Michael Kenna - Forest Edge, Hokuto, Hokkaido, Japan, 2004 (top); French Canal, TYBW, Loire et Cher, France, 1993 (bottom)
Hans Zimmermann/Frode & Marcus - La Vitesse et la Pierre (2010)
Help. I really like the shoes in the fourth picture. Help this is so cool
IM’; GOING TO FUCKNIG KILL MYSELF I THOUOGHT THIS WAS SPUPOSED TO BE A REALLY OBSCURE AND ARSTY JOHN EGBERT COSPLAY
YOU MEAN IT ISN’T