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Under a cover of clouds: Embraced by the sky

Gray evening sky
embrace the loneliness
of the weary sea

‘Embraced by the sky’ is an analogue photo, made on the beach of the North Sea, south of the town Agger.
It is a photo in the series ‘Under a cover of clouds’ with color analogue photos, made in the areas around the towns Agger and Hurup Thy, North Jutland, Denmark.

It’s an experimental series, made with an old Canon FTb SLR camera and a film with a ‘best-before date’ that is long gone…

The series Under a cover of clouds is part of the gallery ‘Overcast past‘, a gallery with series of photos made with various analogue cameras.

Embraced By The Sky - Abstract realistic fine art analogue seascape photography by Jacob Berghoef

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