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This near fading image of a degrading leaf seeks to articulate the fragile nature of existence, as it lies across the emptiness of the dark background. When one looks at such images it is to remind us of the fragility of our own lives, so that we may turn with greater appreciation to everyday, every moment.

Like the previous image, this near fading image of a degrading leaf seeks to articulate the fragile nature of existence, as it lies across the emptiness of the dark background. When one looks at such images it is to remind us of the fragility of our own lives, so that we may turn with greater appreciation to everyday, every moment. This image is second in a series.

The following series of images of Gypsophila’s, like much of my work seeks to articulate the fragility of existence. Notice how only glimpses of the plant are clear while the rest is cloaked in a thin blurry veil. This is deliberately highlighting the fleeting accept of beauty, and how it only appears to us in glimpses, moments. Also, it almost gives the impression that fragments of the plant are only just emerging, or rather returning towards the misty background. This is itself an articulation of how things either arise of devolve towards emptiness, key ideas often associated with Buddhism.