We are very proud to feature Claire Droppert again. The last time we featured her, we also had the wonderful opportunity to interview her. If you haven’t read the interview, you can see it here. From that time, till now, Claire has done a wonderful project which is on the Dutch Mountains. Here is something about the project itself as explained by Claire herself:
The Netherlands is an extreme flat country where mountains barely exist. Why not have Descent Mountains in the Netherlands? Size doesn’t matter.
Dutch Mountains is a series of photographs that visualizes big piles of coal storage, located in an industrial port area in The Netherlands. Each mountain is named after its altitude in millimeters.
The dramatic atmosphere you find in these series were inspired by dark volcanic rock sceneries, combined with shapes often to be found on places where flood basalts have occurred.
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