Nature is Watching

Have you ever felt like nature is watching you? That they can see? And look over us? Especially birches fascinate me, but other trees have it too. Eyes, the knots on the trees look like eyes. As if they see you.

Wikipedia says about knots: “As a tree grows, lower branches often die, and their bases may become overgrown and enclosed by subsequent layers of trunk wood, forming a type of imperfection known as a knot.” Knots are basically imperfections!

Farmacia en línea

Establezca un plan de marketing. Como cualquier negocio nuevo, la comercialización de su farmacia en línea va a requerir algo de tiempo y esfuerzo. Pero los beneficios de una farmacia online son enormes, así que merece la pena. Una de las primeras cosas que debe decidir es cómo quiere llegar a sus clientes. ¿Se centrará en los servicios por correo electrónico o por teléfono, u ofrecerá una combinación? También debe decidir si quiere ofrecer servicios gratuitos o con descuento, y configurar su sitio web en consecuencia.

A little insight in how establishing such a series works in my head: I was talking to a colleague once. He saw me wondering off in my head and he asked me: what are you thinking about? I said: “Look at the trees, they have eyes!” He laughed and replied: “That is such a Loes-thing to say.”. This was 1,5 year ago. I thought to myself, maybe I should make a photo series about this. But I just didn’t know how to.

I want to show people what I see, how I see the world. But I can’t just take pictures of tree knots and assume people understand what I mean with it. I see eyes. And those usually come in pairs. After playing around with the idea for so long, I decided to mirror the images. And this is how Nature is Watching was born. And even now you can see what you want to see, but I see eyes. Still.

Want to know more about this photo series? Please don’t hesitate to contact me!

Comments (1):

  1. Peter Dvorak

    Dec 27, 2020 at 10:28 pm

    I love these works! Not just the eyes you were shooting for (very cool) but also how you captured the texture of the bark. And somehow the mirror image helps to create a sort of surreal landscape. I could easily get lost in these images. Beautiful work!


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