SHOP – Series of photos: Westfrisian Ringdike

In this year-long project, Pé Okx walked a section of the dike for one day each month, taking a photograph every three steps. With a Google map in one hand and a copy of a map from 1300 A.C. in the other, he started before dawn and ended after dusk, waiting 12 seconds after every third step before snapping the shutter. The average distance traveled each day was approximately eight miles, depending on the length of the day, which was obviously much longer in summer than in the middle of winter.

 

A selection of the best photos is for sale.

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WFRO-4043
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