Isolation

I tend to take pictures like the one below. Many of my photos are simply a single insect surrounded by colourful emptiness. The context of the picture (what happened before or after) is not deducable (and also not very interesting). I don’t try to let my pictures tell a story, but I also do not make a snapshot of an insect as ‘proof’ that I have spotted it. My pictures simply show my view on an isolated moment in time. Do I want people to respond in a certain way when they see it? No. I know that I like the sneak peak into an insect’s life when it is alone. Well,  as alone as the photographer is on the other side of the lens.

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