Between 2012 and 2014, the photographer Michael Lange (born 1953) devoted his attention to the waters of the Upper Rhine. Taken with a large-format camera, his photographs present secluded places, areas of water veiled in fog and traversed by mysterious reflections, at dusk.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Wolfgang Denkel, Christoph Schaden.
This large-format monograph follows the tracks of German photographer Michael Lange (born 1953) as he wanders in the pathless underbrush of Germany’s vast deciduous and coniferous forests. Taken at dusk or twilight, his finely nuanced and atmospheric compositions convey an experience best characterized by the German Romantic term Waldeinsamkeit, or “woodland solitude.”