The Nature of Nature
Life in Death: A Photoreflection
During a vacation in Brazil, walking along a beach, I saw these remains of fish. In their death, they took on a new life, a transformation that turned them into something else, that made the dead objects into living art forms.
I photographed the dead fish at sunrise and sunset, without any subsequent computer manipulation. For me, they are a reminder of the constant cycle of life.
Fall 2004/Winter 2005, Volume III, Number 1
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