My work consists of photographed impressions of the aquatic garden in my home yard. Assemblies of water plants, algae, branches that dropped from the surrounding trees, leaves and airborne seeds form meeting points between them. All these ingredients move like atomic particles in the water currents, ceaselessly joining and separating in a slow continuous dance.
During the last two years I’ve been watching the pool through my camera. Prolonged, meditative observation reveals the constant by the changing. The weather, the light, the colors and the forms constantly change, as in a kaleidoscope. Every split second a new composition is randomly and naturally formed.
In contrast to a botanical illustration, that examines each plant separately, I choose the ecological gaze that examines the individual in its environment.