Woods Bay, Montana: An odd little town on the border of a great wilderness to the east and the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi River to the town's west. Basically nowhere, with a population of about 660.
Where David Lynch meets Cheers: creepy and strange and everyone knows your name.
— Lauren Grabelle
With a serene gaze, always looking out toward shimmering still waters, Japanese photographer Shigeru Yoshida captures a sense of the sacred in nature with his black-and-white seascapes.
Employing chiaroscuro lighting and the traditional palette of landscape paintings—ochre, green, blue—these vibrant photographs delve into the opulence and mystery of the jungle.
History and crisis, beauty and desperation: from mass migrations to toppled governments, failed revolutions and endless beaches, this 5-year long photo series showcases the ever-changing faces of an unchanging constant: the Mediterranean.