This abstract and experimental series of photographs explores the astoundingly varied structures, textures, patterns, and shades of one of the most ordinary items imaginable. Even though a candle can be found in almost every household to light homes with their warm and cozy light, they are so much more than a mere light source. They are also a portal into unknown spheres and dimensions, an invitation to your imagination to let go and float in frozen streams and bubbles, icy mountains and caves, tiny cells and particles, or to discover bizarre shapes and scary faces.
Birds in Black And White
“In order to see birds it is necessary to become a part of the silence.”
― Robert Lynd
Impressions from The West Highland Way
Images taken at the LaPaDu, a park built on a closed steel mill
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