Where some may have seen an unimpressive little house on a barren hill, Italian photographer Manuel Costentino saw the perfect canvas for Mother Nature’s dramatic expressions. To create Behind a Little House, Costentino went to the same location for two years straight to capture the ever-changing scenery behind the tiny home from a consistent angle. A simple concept with utterly breathtaking results.

An interesting component of the project’s exhibition (currently in NYC) is a sketchbook that travels along with the photos, in which viewers are invited to draw their own interpretation of what appears behind the little house.

“Behind a Little House,” Manuel Costentino, July 17- Aug 10, Klompching Gallery, Brooklyn.