While looking at Colombier’s paintings nature presents its many faces and various moods can be experienced. In the beginning nature can seem quiet and calm, one can even listen to the whisper of nature. At the same time the density, lushness and abundance of nature can seem overwhelming and tropical. Nature can also become wild, dark and stormy, like in Caspar David Friedrich, James Turner and Constable iconic depictions of nature. They were actively seeking to demonstrate the wildness of nature. Like in Colombier’s artistic practice, there is a sense that nature is beyond human control. Sometimes his artworks can appear eerie, ominous and mystic, they are often perceived as dreamlike or hypnotic. Nature is also witnessing the natural catastrophes therefore the depiction can shift to express fear, despair and anguish. Another great atmosphere broth by Colombier’s painting is the great beauty, symmetry and repetition which can be found in nature. Last but not least, it is known from the history of art, that communing with nature (preferably alone) was healthy both for the mind and the spirit. The spirituality and sacredness of nature crown the arch of atmospheres, which can be experienced in the artworks and once again states the supremacy and sublimity of nature.