Ground Pollution – by Carlos Lopez Ramos

Based in Czech Republic, fine art photographer Carlos Lopez Ramos has been working on a personal project on ground pollution that is a compilation of abstract images he took of the ground.

My personal project Ground pollution is based in a personal quest for a self-discovering and understanding. Trough pictures of the ground I look for representing and showing my anxiety, fears and doubts. The ground in this case is more than a subject if not a mirror.

The idea of call it Ground pollution is because I am in some way expropriating its nature and putting my emotions on it, so I am “contaminating” the earth, taking its real form to transform it on my own benefit. In the same way the big industries (oil extraction, mining, etc) do to our planet.

Continue reading and see more photos on Carlos’ blog.

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