Ward Roberts is - most often - a specialist purveyor of the sort of saturated, two-tonal, pleasingly pastel-hued photography that makes for pleasant and dreamy contemplation. He’s done a good number on basketball courts and snow coated landscapes, but it’s these wildly refracted images of a cluttered city night-scape (presumably Hong Kong, where he lived for a number of years) that have left me staring.
Note the strange little moments hidden within, like burst of blood red light and doors opening onto Arctic landscapes. Lush stuff.
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