Art of War

Simon Norfolk is a war photographer, but in a slightly different sense than you’d expect; Norfolk doesn’t focus on images that convey, e.g., a sense of immediacy or suffering, but on scenery and landscape, putting the destruction of war into a different context.

It’s interesting stuff, and a curious approach.

You can see two of his photographs here and a couple more here (scroll down).

(originally via but she’s a girl; additional links via Kunstdunst)

Update: apparently the Kunstdunst site has taken down the pictures, but you can still find some of Norfolk’s stuff thanks to the Wayback machine (and yes, you still have to scroll down).