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Photographer Levente Toth


Wheal Coates Mine
Wheal Coates Mine

I caught the photography "virus" during my childhood in Transylvania, courtesy of a fully manual camera that was my 13th birthday present. I settled in the UK during my PhD studies, but my main fascination remained the juxtaposition of, and the contrasts between, seemingly everlasting historic places and their ephemeral inhabitants.

Thus, my photographic journeys have taken me to numerous medieval towns, but also to timeless landscapes.


Trevose Head
Trevose Head

I picked 3 photos taken on the North Coast of Cornwall, in South-West UK, 2 black and white and one colour. Two are photos of old mine ruins on the coastline and one was taken when a storm was coming in from the Atlantic.


Botallack Mine
Botallack Mine

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