Czech photog Tereza Zelenkova glimpses fantastical archaeology merging science, religion and history

by David Solomonoff

The metaphorical hollows and crevices in the landscape form a support structure for the sacral, a sort of centres, which become places where the sacred infiltrates the everyday being, i.e. locations functioning as backdrops for the myth. Despite its independence from the linear notion of time, the myth is always set in a certain place, landscape and nature.

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