Photographer Joe Buergi is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. From the series ‘Nebelberg’. To see Joe’s body of work, click on any image.
Nebelberg is a series of images I took in 2014 on a cold and fogy November day. The location is just around the corner of my house. I felt depressed that time and thought about the people I lost recently. The fog came down I took the camera and went to that mountain, just a 5 minutes’ drive. A walked around an hour and took many pictures. That mist was thick. It was hard to see at times. And the wind was wild. The rain hit me in my face. When I came home that day, I wrote a few poems that I never showed to anybody. A made a little coffee table book called “Autumn voice” with a few poems in it. All about mist and fog, feelings and fears, anxiety and hope. Often when I remember my mother, I take that book and feel if she is just around the corner.
All images (Switzerland) and text © Joe Buergi
By Joe Buergi
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