The machines and belts of this plant rise into the sky like an eternal monument of steely power. To make the monstrosity of the plant clear, I have shifted the photo evenly during each shot. This creates shadows of the plant, which emphasize its size and power. I wanted the movement of the camera during exposure to be visible to add movement to the otherwise static scenery.
Johanna Hurter is a fine art and panorama photographer who wants to make the interactions between nature and man visible with her images. She uses photographic techniques, long term exposure, panorama technique and others, to interpret her subject. Nature, wind and weather help shape the images. Her images were awarded in international competitions.