A breathtaking series by photographer Pablo Gomez Burgio. Drawn to remote and inaccessible spots for as long as he can remember, Gomez Burgio transforms The Pyrenees into his own personal playground. Shot a mere two-hour drive from his home, “Great Heights” showcases an otherworldly landscape where stone folds in on itself and people can’t help but look diminished. As he describes:
“Its highest summits attract several climbers determined to reach them day after day. To avoid the risks that these ascents imply paths have been traced, milestones have been placed and sheltering infrastructure has been built. Despite all of that, they’re high mountain areas: untamed, indomitable places where everything remotely human feels dwarf, strange and out of place.”
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