What you see is what you don’t get.
‘’Technical perfection, without doubt. Zealous framing and composition, every time. But unlike most realist imaging, Jonathan Basckin’s photographs tap into the unconscious, allowing the viewers to access their own projectional impulses .Is it the godlike angle? Shots from a nonhuman altitude? Or maybe it’s just Jonathan Basckin at the very peak of his perceptive powers.’’
This is a collection of four images per series making a total of 16 images for the complete collection. While remaining within the realm of aerial landscape figures have been introduced for the first time. The beach and coastal margins are the common location for the work.