The German photographer Peter Voss is fascinated by India and, despite setbacks of illness and camera equipment ruined by heat and humidity, he has returned several times to capture ‘the wonderful scenes which are acted out on a daily basis’ in the holy cities along the banks of the Ganges. His photographs are of people and sometimes animals, in Allahabad and Varanasi, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Jaipur and Agra, and Kolkata: a world ‘where time seems to have stood still’.
A Vision of Snowdonia
The subject of this photographic tribute covers an area of 827 square miles in the north west of Wales and boasts a varied landscape of heather moors, lakes, wooded valleys, craggy mountains and dramatic coastline. Capturing the majestic scenery at different times of the year and in different lighting conditions, each of the images is presented in a wide-view panoramic format and printed across a double-page spread.