Photographer Henning Rogge explored the quiet forests in Germany to look for old craters that were created by World War II bombs. The craters, or scars as Rogge calls them, were created by bombs dropping from planes. He was fascinated with its “clear, circular shape” after a chance encounter in the forest. Read more directly from the source.
Rogge’s work will be featured in a group show, ‘The Beautiful Changes’, at New York’s RH Contemporary Art until 13 September 2014.