Landscapes between coast and desert. The term “Hinterland” (actually a German word) describes the areas that are, simply put, the back country. More precisely, the back country of a city at the coast with a port or haven. I felt and still feel that the coast line gets more attention, photographically, than the back country. Or maybe I have a stronger connection to the back country because I grew up “inland”, in Germany. As much as I like the ocean and the coast, I love the back country, and I hope that it shows in these images.
If you like these photos, you might also enjoy my “California Monochrome” portfolio. Have a look.
Also have a look at my three latest blog posts:
- Scarlet Larkspur (Delphinium cardinale)
- The Bugs like Milkweed
- Gloomy Morning at Scripps Coastal Preserve
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