Sustenance | Nadia de Lange Photography
Nadia de Lange is a fine art photographer based in Zurich, Switzerland. She aims to capture the soul of a landscape or architecture, transforming what others see in the scene into what she sees when looking through the lens. Using mainly black and white, the emphasis is on form and contrast and how the interaction between these elements create beauty.
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Sustenance

Desert: “a waterless, desolate area of land with little or no vegetation, typically one covered with sand.”

And yet, there is life in the desert. More than most people realise. In the Namib this is thanks to the wonderful miracle of fog – the clouds that roll in from the Atlantic Ocean bring with them moisture that sustain the fauna and flora living in this beautiful, harsh landscape.