When it comes to landscape photography, the night hours aren’t always perceived as the most ideal time to snap a photo. Going against the grain, Amanda Friedman captures an eerie but enchanting stillness that can only be found in the dying hours of the day. The LA based photographer explores numerous locations on the west coast and also ventures east to Rochester where she earned her BFA in Photography at Rochester Institute of Technology. You can find more of Friedman’s bicoastal series, Night Landscapes, on her website.
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