The covid virus affects most of us day to day life. People lost almost everything because of covid. Like us, this German photographer Jörg Gläscher’s life was also not quite good because of the covid. However, he didn’t give up and complained to others. He starts to think more creatively than before and takes the situation under control.
Since the beginning of the covid pandemic, he has been creating a visual diary named the C19,1-20, The Diary Complex. It includes Jörg’s, categorized into 20 different pieces from photography to sculpture. One of its latest entries has been creating rounds all over the internet.
Jörg has been forming a visual diary named the C19,1-20, The Diary Complex, since the pandemic’s beginning.
The entry in the inquiry is titled ‘The Second Wave.’ It features a series of giant dead wood waves located in a wood near Hamburg. The second wave of Covid 19 hit Germany. So many restrictions had to be put, and restrictions brought the country to a standstill. Jörg decides to show the power of nature and how powerful it is. So Jörg went to the forest and created nine different waves only using deadwood.
One of its latest entries is ‘The Second Wave.’ It features a series of giant dead wood waves.
The 8th one is an enormous wave 4 meters high and 9 meters wide. But after taking photos, he destroyed it to build a new one using those materials.
Jörg built nine waves; the largest is 9 meters wide and 4 meters high.
He said that a wave is a periodic oscillation or one-time disturbance change in the state of a system. Observations are diverse, unique, and cannot be immediately transferred. They can be experienced in a variety of ways. A seen item might have a variety of effects. Is it still there? Is it moving? Nothing is ever exactly as it appears.
A wave is a periodic oscillation or one-time disturbance change in the state of a system.
Is it still there? Is it moving? Nothing is ever exactly as it appears
Scroll down to check out Jörg’s amazing waves
Jörg doesn’t reveal the exact location of the waves. But we are sure keen-eyed explorers might discover the waves hidden somewhere in the woods around Hamburg.