Deadwood Waves by Jörg Gläscher.
The artist and photographer spent six months in a secluded location near Hamburg collecting deadwood and constructing nine large crests made of branches and twigs. The largest crest was four meters high and nine meters wide. He photographed each iteration before destroying it to reuse the materials, creating a new landscape with the former thriving matter.
More about the project HERE.
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