Johan Vosloo is a South African photographer and nature enthusiast based in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. In his work, he captures the beauty of people, cultures, and landscapes from around the world. Vosloo has been exhibited in traditional and nontraditional platforms both in Taiwan and South Africa. Nature’s Temples is a collection of photos Vosloo had taken on a recent epic through snow capped mountains to rusted deserts across the American West.
Nature’s Temples captures a religion beyond traditions, philosophies, and ideologies that often restrict the free rivering of the mind. It allows us to observe on the grandest and on the smallest of scales the divinities of organic form.
In the inhale and exhale of seasons breathing, in the waves of furrowing sands over parched deserts, and in the deep scars on great mountain sides, Nature’s Temples envelops the weight of light and depth that will inevitably cease to happen again. These photos serve as a reminder of human kinds connection to the eternal wilderness.