Wood­land, a selec­tion from Tril­ogy

Daniel Gus­tav Cramer


Tril­ogy started in 2003 with its first part, Wood­land. It con­sists of pho­to­graphic images of nat­ural spaces taken in loca­tions from around the world, includ­ing Kumano and Yakushima in Japan; the Black­for­est and Teu­to­burger Wald in Ger­many; Fiord­lands in New Zealand; the Dolomites in Italy; Big Sur in Cal­i­for­nia and forests in Roma­nia; Por­tu­gal; Scot­land, and sev­eral other places. The sec­ond part, Under­wa­ter, began in 2005, and includes pho­tographs that were taken at coast­lines, usu­ally in depths of 15 to 35 meters in range. Most recently these pho­tographs were shot in the waters around Croa­tia and Cyprus. The last part of Tril­ogy, Moun­tain, was exhib­ited in 2007.DGC