We’ve featured the work of German photographer Jakob Wagner a number of times before. If you remember the previous features, you’ll know he enjoys capturing ‘scapes’ of all kinds: winterscapes, aerialscapes, nightscapes and more.
But today, his subject is none of these. Today we explore the strangely patterned world of sand and water revealed in his series Sandscapes.
Captured in Rotterdam, Netherlands, these images take a unique look at the ripples and crevices left in the sand by the tides flowing over them. The surreal series manages to capture a vast dynamic range and present the subject matter as an abstracted landscape whose size perplexes the viewer.
Below is a collection of the images for you to pour over and get lost in:
Image credits: Photographs by Jakob Wagner and used in accordance with CC license