For me, photographing in nature is not just a way to distance myself from the stressful demands of my professional life. It also helps me shift my focus from a hectic – and not always friendly – external world to my own internal realm. Photography is therefore an exercise to reflect both – the outward and inward perpective on life. When composing a shot, you differentiate between the important things – the subject – and the clutter that surrounds it and you try to emphasize the first and hide the ladder. The reflections I do while photographing do the same with my life and helps to prevent getting lost in an increasingly chaotic world.
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