The last archipelago
The goal of the three was to carefully capture the unique island landscape of Corvo and Flores, the smallest and least visited islands in the Azores in the middle of the Atlantic.
With only 20kg of equipment carried on the back per person (photo equipment, tent, sleeping bag, clothing, food, cooking equipment), limitation was essential. The lack of charging options for the batteries simulated "analogue" photography, in which, similar to film, the battery capacity determined the photographic range. The desired consequences were the consistent reflection on the essentials and the conscious exploration and development of an image. The result is unique shots of the untouched island landscapes, characterized by evergreen, seemingly tropical vegetation, stony coasts and high plateaus shrouded in fog.
In addition to many impressive pictures, visitors get exciting insights into the approach of the three nature and landscape photographers for a maximum nature experience with minimal equipment.