No scouting for that perfect location. No thinking about perfect framing. No fretting about choosing the right lens or having the right camera settings. No waiting for that one magical moment that would give the shot that something extra. Rather: leaving everything to chance instead.
For his photo series ‘No Horizon’, Dutch photographer Maarten Vromans (1975, Rucphen) travelled by train through Switzerland in 2019. For six days he journeyed over snow-covered mountain peaks and through green valleys. He saw beautiful landscapes passing by, in which the horizon was rarely visible. In Switzerland, Vromans explored whether it is possible to take interesting images if, as a photographer, you leave everything to chance. ‘No Horizon’ is a sequel to his photo series ‘Lucky Shots’ (2017) and ‘Go West’ (2018).