This post would be a good illustration of what happens when good friends open their hearts and their amazing gardens and what their selfless gesture means to me.
For quite a while now, I have been straying from the traditional ways of photography, rather using my camera in the nonchalant ways I would use the brushes or some pastels. I love to observe transformation - the many ways nature turns and transforms right in front of us, sometimes without us even noticing. And just the same, our thoughts transform too, in the process. We learn to see everything in a different way.
I have been interested in experimenting with colours, shapes and angles, de-composing an image and re-creating a totally different reality. One where I like to concentrate on smaller parts of the scene in front of me and bring out the unseen.
That being said, my friends' garden was really amazing and the occasional still image of random findings found its way into my usual abstracts more than once.