I'm a huge fan of tilt-shift photography, so 'Little Lands' by Jack Ambridge is right up my alley. Ambridge has photographed Sussex, England in a way that's at once nostalgic and awe-inspiring.
I'm particularly fond of the idyllic farm landscapes in images 5, 8, 9 and 10. The pastoral aesthetic these areas have is a perfect match for tilt-shift photography. Which is your favorite image from 'Little Lands' by Jack Ambridge?
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