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Nothing Specific by Christopher Gray Captures Wild British Landscapes

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: nothingspecific.org & itsnicethat
The Nothing Specific photo series is full of haunting images of abandoned urban settings and desolate landscapes. From overturned trees to foggy lakes and shadow-filled museums, it really doesn't focus on anything too specific. Nevertheless, there is the presence of a signature style that could arguably be regarded as very specific. Clearly, the Nothing Specific series focuses more on the subject matter.

Captured by Christopher Gray, a photographer based in London, England. the Nothing Specific photo series is beautiful to behold. He manages to capture the wild essence of the surrounding countryside in his native land. Rife with picturesque settings, Gray nevertheless manages to hone in on a mood few British photographers have been able (or wanted) to convey. Overall, it is the atmosphere in the Nothing Specific series that really captivates. Stats for Haunting Nature Photography Trending: Older & Warm
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