Immaculate photographic work by a colleague I have never known, will never meet, but is close to my heart:
He has a certain kind of patience – he waits for the atmospheric quality to come into the frame, where others might wait for it to leave,” he says. “It’s not just about the building, but about what surrounds it and moves through it – the architecture includes it.
Balthazar Korab passed away at the age of 86, and is among the many architect/photographer whose work I have long admire and respect.
So long, Maestro.