Center of My World (15 photos)


Depending on how you feel on a particular day, the world can appear very big or very small. The type of environment you place yourselves in can play a huge factor.

In this poetic series titled “The Center of My World,” Switzerland-based photographer Jonas Fornerod puts himself far and center into the distance. By doing so, he appears tiny in comparison to the dramatic setting that seemingly overwhelms his character, giving us a very interesting look at the emotional impact of light and space.















Jonas Fornerod



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