Here are a few quick grabs from a quick 10 minute walk around campus. I was immediately attracted to patterns of light, architectural details, and also got a quick portrait done.
A review of the Brett Weston exhibit from the Akron Beacon Journal
The contemplative approach of Takeshi Shikama to the landscape.
The latest subject in my ongoing series of film portraits: Helen von Schneider
Not exactly “landscapes” per say, but these photos seem to convey a strong sense of place, and provide a context for the specific subject matter that reinforces the photographer’s point of view: Mesmerising Photographs of Frescoes in a Florentine Monastery
Squares, nearly monochromatic…
More black and white/surreal inspiration: Jaromír Funke, a Czech avant-garde photographer
Black and white photos by Gianni Berengo Gardin of everyday life in Italy from the middle of the last century: 20th-Century Photographs of Italians Doing Nothing At All
So I was actually intrigued by the rather bleak hallways… (in addition to the snow).