Architecture is all about proportion, the human body grows proportionally, as the human product known as “city” where architecture and human beings meet each other everyday is proportional. The rules that links one to another are often unknown or hardly understandable. Combining these aspects in a single shot, condensing everything in a frame is the real challenge: it can be really hard to find the perfect balance between so many aspects of a complex living organism, however the city, with multiples urban landscapes, guides the eye of the photographer or of the observer till he can find the right perspective and the perfect spot. Zurich in this case is a good example: succession of void and full spaces, different neighborhoods, mixed architectural styles of different ages coexist side by side in a pulsing and evolving bustling city.
Nicco Brand http://www.flickr.com/photos/niccobra/
My name is Jarosław Kisieliński. I live in Warsaw, Poland.
Most of my photos are taken in Warsaw, the spaces inspire me a lot. I don’t like talk about my photos and believe that a good photograph can create its own contexts and meanings. I prefer abstract and lyrical aspect of photography – it’s documentary function is not very important for me.