TITLE: The Furrows
The furrows in the field, long grooves created by human. Shallow or deep it depends on the plan associated with the expectation of good crop. Images of the furrows capture individual tracks pointing to the lone tree that is overseeing action in the field for decades.
AUTHOR: Tomáš Tisoň (Czech Republic)
Tomas Tison is a Czech fine-art photographer who focuses on black and white photography with a minimalist composition. Black and white tones add dramatic accents to a photograph, helping him better express his artistic vision. The main themes that connect his works are nature and landscape.
Tomas discovers and captures places as he sees them himself. He often takes trips around his surroundings and looks for interesting elements, structures, or lines. Photography has made him think about things he ignored in the past. Thanks to photographic images, he can realize and express his ideas, feelings, and views of the world.
Tomas’s works have been awarded in many photography competitions around the world. He has exhibited his pictures in the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Spain, the Philippines, Thailand, India, and Czechia.
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