This is a blog about my on-going journey in developing a photographic project. It is all about what I am picturing and why, together with some of the work that forms part of the series.

For a background to this project read my introduction post.

Please join me on the journey and engage in the discussion.

Sunday, 1 June 2008

Introduction to the project

So what is the project all about?

Firstly it is entitled “Processes of Nature” – a pretty broad concept which gives me some latitude. The idea came to me when I was asked to articulate what I was trying to capture in my landscape images. I realised that, in the broadest sense, this was it.

That was the beginning.

As I think more about this, and now I’ve formulated it as an on-going project, I am forming more concrete thoughts on the matter.

As an Engineer, I see the laws of physics all around me. Physical and chemical processes coming together to shape the World. It is engrained in me, part of who I am. Trying to understand how these processes come together in the natural world is part of the wonder for me.

And so to the project. It is about capturing images that display those processes at work and their results. It is about a world full of change, erosion and growth; life, death and rebirth. At the moment it is only a collection of thoughts, ideas and potential images. Over time I will be trying to bring some cohesion, develop themes and generally produce a series that works together.

This really is a journey for me; hopefully some of you will have enough interest to come along, too.

1 comment:

  1. This blog is an interesting concept and an equally interesting project. I am looking forward to see how it develops.


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