Between Order and Randomness, by Tina Primozic

It looks like a simple minimalistic photograph but it is much more than that. The snow, the trees, the sky and that cloud on the left makes it perfect, very well composed. And on the other side the trees are just standing there randomly, each with it’s own story to tell. This photograph is somewhere between order and randomness. It was January 2010 in Skofja Loka, Slovenia, a beautiful sunny day when this photograph was taken.

Between Order and Randomness, by Tina Primozic

Nikon D3100 with Sigma 70-300 DG Macro | Exposure 60sec @ f/4.5 | ISO 400 | Focal Length 150mm
Between Order and Randomness, by Tina Primozic

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | July 23
Photo of the Day Award Category: Minimalistic Photography
Photograph Location: Skofja Loka | Slovenia

Photographer: Tina Primozic (Skofja Loka, Slovenia) Registered
Born in early summer of 1989, Tina Primozic is a 24 year old freelance web developer and graphic designer, and amateur photographer from Skofja Loka, Slovenia. A couple of years ago she discovered this beautiful world of photography and it soon became a big part of her life. Every photograph that she takes has its own story and at least two meanings behind it – the one she sees herself, and the other from viewers perspective. She thinks that, “there is no better feeling than knowing that you can stop the time and capture a perfect moment that will stay with you forever.”


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  1. Colette Bezio
    Colette Bezio says:

    I like the photo and it is well-named. The trees–you can’t really tell if they are trees or some tiny plant that looks like trees on the edge of the skewed horizon. The wildness of the sky seems in tune with the texture of the snow. It’s an off-kilter scene that plays with your head.


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