Recently several youth from my church created land art. Land art is made directly in the landscape, and is often composed of the natural materials at hand.
Photographing land art can be challenging, because the artwork can blend in with the background. To address this, I used the widest aperture available to reduce the depth of field. I wanted only the artwork to be in focus.
I took these photos with my Sony A7 III and edited them with Adobe Lightroom Classic.
(Click on any of the images below to see a larger version of the photo.)