There are so many reasons to head for the country and live lightly on the earth: from protecting our fragile environment, to leaving the speed and stress of city life behind, or just getting to live by your own rules. Photographer Immo Klink has an ongoing project which captures the dwellings of people around Europe who have made the challenging decision to step outside the confines of industrial society, creating their own homes out of the natural world at hand.
The homes Klink’s camera has seen range from carefully crafted artwork resembling cozy hobbit homes, to fragile buildings which could be considered little more than a quickly erected tent. His exploration of these homes and their community of people took him around western europe, from the cold highlands of Scotland to the warm south of Spain. The unique and interesting people he met along the way are captured in his companion series’ of photographs called Dwellers and Life. Find out more about this German photographer and his diverse work at immoklink.com.