He is known for his striking, monochrome images of the Welsh landscape. Ask David Wilson to capture the beauty of our countryside and he’ll return with photographs soaked in darkness and shadow.
“An image that is powerful, that reaches deep down inside you, has to have something dark about it,” he explains. “It’s about exploring the landscape to find those differences in light and shade and how they fall together to form a composition.”
David Wilson is chatting to me outside the remote 19th Century chapel of Soar y Mynydd in the Cambrian Mountains.
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