Robin Friend is an Australian photographer with a knack for textures. His work tends to focus a lot on landscapes and the materials they’re made up like the craggy insides of cave, a rocky outcrop in the middle of a foggy sea or an old, red factory at the edge of a sparse forest. These images are filled with so many tiny details and nooks and crannies, and as always, I wish I could view giant versions of these beauties. I also love the range of colors his photos have, the photo in the middle is a great example. The sky seems to fade from a blue to a glowing yellow which almost acts as a frame for the bright red factory. Really lovely stuff.
Found through Jez Burrows