Nature is much more than a view. It’s complex and multidimensional experience. There’s a constant subconscious dialogue between nature and human. Nature has tendency to evoke emotions and human has tendency to interpret nature through emotion.
Nature of Landscape is attempt to present and understand comprehensively my personal concept of nature. Through the motion and form these photographs are interpretation of not only things I saw but felt and sensed in certain places which are essential for my whole impression of nature.
The aesthetic of these photographs take place between two worlds. Most of us are more likely to encounter artificial representations of nature than an actual nature. The experience of nature is then imperfect without the surprising randomness and spontaneous elements that only exist in the real nature. These images tend to mimic something we perceive unreal or digital even though they are made in existing places with organic motion to tell the most humane story: How I felt when I was there?