All photographs have been taken at sunrise with analogue the Mamiya C330 Professional medium format camera. What is shown in these pictures is a Baltic Sea from Bialogora shore in Poland.
The thin line between the sea , sky and land. Almost invisible. Wind, waves, grayscale of the sea, sky, sand. Everything seems to be dancing with each other. With a long exposure, I tried to show the connection. The harmony. And keep it for a bit of longer. Everything is like a symphony or a poetry. Like the lovers in one of Elizabeth Bishop’s poems:
Close, close all night
the lovers keep.
They turn together
in their sleep,
Close as two pages
in a book
that read each other
in the dark.
Each knows all
the other knows,
learned by heart
from head to toes
AUTHOR: KATARZYNA DLUGOSZ POLAND
Born in 1977 in Oswiecim, Poland. In 2010 obtain BA of Arts in Photography from Lodz Film School.
Deals with photography as hobby and amateur in her free time.
She is interested in nature photography. Specializes in analogue photography specially black and white photography and darkroom processing.
Awarded as finalist or honorable mention in national and international photography competitions such as IPA 2017, 2018; MonoVisions Photography Award 2017, 2018; Monochrome Photo Awrds 2017, 2018; Neutral Density 2017, 2018; Photographer’s Forum’s 37th Annual Spring Photography Contest or National Geographic Poland “Photography mornings”.