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Sensitive nature

Pink Serenade

‘Pink Serenade’ is a photo in a small series in the gallery ‘Sensitive Flowers’. I made this series of the Prunus serrulata, the Japanese cherry, in our garden in the […]

Kiss The Morning Dew

‘Kiss The Morning Dew’ is the first photo in a small series in the gallery ‘Sensitive Flowers’. I made this series of the Brunnera macrophylla, the Siberian bugloss or great forget-me-not, early […]

Sublimation [2]

Sublimation (phase transition): The transition of a substance directly from the solid to the gas state, without passing through the liquid state. [Wikipedia] A plant of which I have made […]

Tenderness

I find the flowers of the honeysuckle enchantingly beautiful. The soft colors, the sensual shapes, the lovely fragrance… Below a small series of three photos. On the page ‘Sensitive Flowers’ […]

Sublimation [1]

Sublimation (phase transition): The transition of a substance directly from the solid to the gas state, without passing through the liquid state. [Wikipedia] A plant of which I have made […]

Sketched By Light

A series of photos of flowering branches of different plants and trees, made in nature in the bright sun with only the sky as background. A certain degree of overexposure […]

Flitting Into The Light

A plant of which I have made several series of minimalistic photos is the giant hogweed. The seed pods of the faded plant look like spaceships, ready to disappear into […]

Almost Ready For Independence

A very special series is that of faded flowers of the Helleborus Niger. Photographed in the summer, the ‘Christmas rose’ is almost ready to release its seeds for an independent […]

Floral souls: Ready to bloom

A flower, ready for the morning sun, to unfold and bloom Tiny wild flowers, two of them already fading, one waiting to explode in beautiful colors… ‘Ready to bloom’ is […]

Secret places: Rustling light

The sun rustles through the reeds, the wind listens breathlessly A calm morning, the light of the early morning sun touches the reeds and seems to make it rustle softly… […]