Finally, I quarreled with my scanner, so I decided that there’s nothing better than mobile photos of prints.
The series was made with the help of a prism and ruthless physics.
I thought about this series for more than a year. I made the first shot (magenta flower) in April, last year. I shot cyan rose in September, and finally, I finished this by shooting yellow chrysanthemum two days ago. I tried to choose the colors of flowers, backgrounds, and vases so that processing was not … More CMYK flowers: photo series
The sun comes to the flat where I live only in the morning time. But by happy fortune, there is another building in front of my house and because of this, the sun is in my apartment twice. In the evenings as a reflection in the windows shortly before the sunset. And this evening light … More Hide and seek: photo series
I found these feathers in summer. The first one flew in the wind and I just caught it in a palm of my hand to see it closer… It was so frail and tender. I brought it home and put it on a shelf. The second one was found sometime later. It layed on the … More Tenderness: short photo series
This is a post for people who can’t identify trees by leaves. I’m not sure it will work, but at least everyone can see what’s in common. They are beautiful. I hope, I managed to capture it. There are two shots of Norway maple, just because I couldn’t choose which on is better. To see … More Fallen Leaves: a photo series
On the 6th of May, I spent a half of a day in Tallinn Botanic Garden. As I like to look upwards I’m going to share with you these photos of trees before their buds unfolded. Because I think it’s beautiful. Because it’s rather small things. And because I think that’s it’s easy to miss small … More Before all turned green: a photo series