I have an obsession with photographing plants. Perhaps it is the fact they sit so still, so silent, and yet manage to show that they are alive.
Leaves are like pages of a book; each one a part of a larger whole, telling the stories of the tree they belong to.
Between the shadows.
Birds have always fascinated me. Personally, I find them to be the most elegant of creatures; they could be soaring miles above forests, gliding above the ocean’s waves, or just hanging out in the trees around any town. The thought that the world is so open to these winged ones makes one feel trapped, grounded. That’s why we gaze at them with so much wonder, wishing we had that freedom of flight.
Here’s a little collection of these feathered beauties, taken mostly in Perth, Australia.
Sand between her (webbed) toes.
Gazing down on the ocean below.
There will be another volume of photographs to come, enjoy these in the meantime.
Globes – to me, at least – represent the smallness of the planet we are bound to.
Billions of stories; adventures, romances, conspiracies and murders – all occurring during a single moment on this tiny globe.
Who knows where we’ll go next?