There are some locations on this planet that you’d simply like to put in your bag and carry round wherever you go. That’s just about what the photographer Christoffer Relander did when visiting his childhood environments in Southern Finland and “capturing” them into glass jars.
The photographer began the mission Jarred & Displaced pushed by his “childhood separation nervousness” and the thought of being an “bold collector.” That is the second installment of the mission, the primary one portraying the landscapes all in black and white.
The impact within the photographs is created in-camera, utilizing double publicity because the trick to protect the ambiance of the place into the jars. Scroll down to take a look at the images of fantastically “trapped” landscapes under.