Thursday, February 14, 2013

School: Week 2 - Blossfeldt.

German artist, Karl Blossfeldt, used a homemade camera that had the capability to magnify objects 30x it's actual size. He had a thing for nature and by magnifying, was able to reveal details in plants the normal eye would miss. He believed plants were a beautiful architechtural structure. Tell that to the Agapantha's in my garden that just won't die despite my attempt to gasoline them.



It's the dry season.
I couldn't find beauty here if I accio'd it.

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Summer part 2

Nessa envisioned this shoot with my nephew Ellis. They pulled it all together very well. Hubs was supposed to be in it, but got stage fright...