Nature’s beauty is teeming in so many small details, that many of them remain unknown to us. Our understanding remains incomplete and our knowledge superficial. Some details may look meaningless to us, but in nature there is nothing right or wrong.
Every picture tries to describe the complexity and the details of those nature cutouts.
The repetition of colours, nuances and weaves wants to capture the gaze and emphasize the devotion and the constant commitment in every fragment.
The choice of subjects, the range of colours and the peculiar framing are intended decisions; they have not been used to give the picture an amateur or ordinary perspective.
I often tell myself that we have to reconsider our concepts of astonishment, routine and desire.