Nature is awe-inspiring, no doubt. Looking out over a valley or vista, it’s amazing to imagine the sheer expansiveness of it all. We feel the same way when we glimpse upon man-made structures, new and old. To know another human once dreamed something, then had the knowledge to build it–it’s immensely overwhelming. You can imagine, then, that we have a tremendous amount of respect for photographers who dare to try and capture the human beauty of man-made structures.
We’re finding a lot of inspiration in architectural photographer Casey Dunn’s new artistic black and white pieces. Already an established architecture and interiors photographer for print and online, Casey hasn’t just taken some of his old work and taken the color out of them…with his new pieces you’re left wondering whether he considers himself an artist or a photographer first (though, is there really a difference?)