These pictures were taken by Wouter Velthius in 2004 at Rapa Nui. I guess most of us would caall these black and white, maybe some would call them monochrome. Either way they are really great. The rest are on his catalog site, which is the latter bookmark(permalink).
One more, these are so great. This is a place I hope to get a chance to go to someday. The power of the mystery . . . the why? Why here? What for? The time it would have taken while just living was so tedious, and time-consuming. Or . . . was it?
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I think the Easter Island stones + landscape must sit very well with your sensibility.
Thanks for putting these up. Very thought provoking.