They are heavy with a quivering, looming sense of anxiety. There is a sense that, despite the grainy stillness of the landscapes, something is on the verge of happening. Boulders will tumble. A gust of wind knocks over the rickety beach chairs, breaking the symmetry. Secrets are hiding, waiting to be discovered. The feeling of intensity churning behind the surface is channeled in each of these pictures, balancing apparent stillness with latent, powerful dynamism.
They vibrate like the lull before the tempest // the calm before the storm.
Pjotr Eijkenboom is a photographer based in the Netherlands. He takes his analogue photos on a range of analogue cameras from a Canon AE1, to a a Canonet QL17, a Contax RTSIII and a Canonet rangefinder camera.
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