Mac Oiler is a photographer with a knack for capturing the remoteness, even alien-like, landscapes. His photo series Land’s End sums it up nicely. Mac proves that you can create a visually jarring experience by turning something like a raging, rocky seaside into a desolate oasis. If it weren’t for the subtle tonality, I’d almost say they were shots of a desert given the stillness. It kind of gives weight to the cliché: “Calm before the storm.” But in this case, Mac has found the calm in the storm. There’s a common thread of peace and isolation throughout the rest of Mac’s portfolio. If this strange calm is up your alley, give rest of his work a look see.