London based Japanese photographer Nobuyuki Taguchi only shots black and white photos. In this collection are featured beautiful urban landscapes images from around Europe.
Arnold Odermatt, the first Swiss police photographer whose work spanned more than 40 years, is known for his eerily beautiful black-and-white photographs of the aftermaths of automobile accidents. Shot with a Rolleiflex, Odermatt’s photos characterised by sobriety and authenticity. In his photos the drivers have gone and the victims have been removed. All that’s left are the wrecked cars that become sculptures that show the sudden end and serve as memento mori.
Swiss photographer Pierre Pellegrini sees photography as a way to communicate and, at the same time, to give the viewers the chance to feel emotions. Below is a collection of long exposure pictures of trees, most often bare and surrounded by fog, that convey a feeling of eeriness and timelessness.