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Subscribers 4×4 Portfolios
Alexandra Wesche, Amar Sood, Kas Stone & David Braddon-Mitchell
I am an amateur photographer from Germany who is into landscapes and stories. I like to discover both on my daily walks through the woods with my sighthounds and on occasional vacations.
I am a landscape photographer and chartered engineer who lives in Buckinghamshire, England. I started on this journey 18 years ago, with a humble Nikon f55 SLR. However, it wasn’t until the birth of my son in 2014 that I started taking pictures seriously. What started as a casual hobby has grown into an obsession for being outdoors and expressing myself artistically.
Kas Stone is a photographic artist and writer based in Atlantic Canada, where her work is inspired by the wild coastal scenery and moody weather right outside her door. Her ongoing (never-ending!) exploration of the meaning of life is having several incarnations this year – first and foremost in this essay, secondly in the Latow Photography Seminar & Workshops for two weekends in April (www.latowseminar.com), and thirdly in a proposed book that will launch if it is ever finished.
I grew up in South East Asia, but my family returned to Australia by my teens. I'm professor of philosophy at the University of Sydney; landscape is my passion outside philosophy of mind and metaphysics.
Welcome to our 4x4 feature which is a set of four mini landscape photography portfolios submitted from our subscribers. Each portfolios consisting of four images related in some way.
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