Sometimes reality presents itself differently. You think you guess it, but it turns out to be something else. I think you should look at what it means to you. Regardless of the fact itself. That is quite an art. It has to do with letting go of judgment.
Can you look openly at something that you do not know what it is or what it represents. And maybe it means nothing and it is only about the color. I photographed the skin of an onion. It has something of the universe as it appears later when you look at it. A wonderful phenomenon. Something small that is immeasurable.
Canon EOS 5D MarkII – EF 100mm F 2,8 Macro USM – ISO 800 – F 18 – 1/60sec – 2012, Dec.
You had to look for the differences in two almost identical drawings.
Bread and stones, that’s what this photo was all about.
There are similarities, but there are many differences too.
Especially when you bite into it.
Canon EOS 5D MarkII – EF 85mm F1,2L II USM – ISO 200 – F6,3 – 1/400sec – 2012, Sept.
Breathing is the first thing that comes to mind when I see this picture. The fresh air of the sea that comes in from afar. A rocky coast on the Ålands Islands. A quiet place. A place to get lost, to immerse yourself in. Just look into the distance and occasionally see that tree that has been there for years. On the rocks!
Canon EOS 5D MarkII – EF 85mm F1,2L II USM – ISO 100 – F4 – 1/1000sec – 2012, June.
The good old days of film. I remember the darkroom with her special smell of the developer liquid. Today it is easy to transform a digital image into a true negative. Maybe the purist will deny the possibility of it. Anyway the black and white conversion of this image I took in Denmark is a true reproduction of the sky meeting the sea. And the possibility to go for a swim.
Leica D Lux 3 – ISO 100 – 6,3mm – F 8 – 1/125sec – 2012, June.
Looking over the sea always has something magical. It awakens something in you. Often something familiar. Something you always wanted to do. Often when you see an island in the distance. Something unknown evokes sensation and you become curious about what could be there. The elements of nature always shower you with a form of purity.
Canon EOS 5D MarkII – EF 24-70 F 2,8 L USM – ISO 400 – 27mm – F 8 – 1/40sec – 2011, July.
No economic considerations. Just be. There is a lot to discuss, but in the end nature always will win.
Canon EOS 5D MarkII – EF 70-200mm F 2,8 L USM – ISO 200 – 200mm – F 2,8 – 1/800sec – 2011, July.