These monochrome/black and white landscape portraits taken by Nathan Wirth are part of his ‘Slices of Silence’ series. Each and every one of these images puts an emphasis on the ‘silence’ of the surrounding, which seems self evident when one looks at the images below – the hauntingly eerie silence grips each and every one of these silent, desolate places.
Nathan Wirth, a native San Franciscan, is a self-learned photographer who uses a variety of techniques– including long exposure, infrared, and intentional camera movement– to express his unending wonder of the fundamental fact of existence.
The black and white combination makes the mood even more fitting. See more on: