Since ancient times wood has accomanied us in striving for the future. Its raw power and versatility shape oxigen and fancy scenery, to name a few. Even in death they survive.
I like taking photographs of simple stuff, like this cutdown fir tree in a small nature reserve in Limburg (Weert, Tungelerwallen). Beauty in simplicity....More
Beauty in death. This firn is a fine example of finesse in the afterlife. The raw yet subtle power of dusk' plasma radiance enlights the last upward...More
I saw this one in the woods near the place I live. What happened will forever be a mistery.
One moment a tree, sturdy and eternal, yet only a breath away from the end in a fierce storm. The meaning of life is sometimes thin all of a sudden. But...More
Just a piece of very old wood, a broken tree. Driftwood it was, but on the shore for a while. It always intrigues me.
A lonely knot, bathing in the sunlight of dusk to come. In a while it will be naked again, man made baskets flowing from its stem to...More
Or so spoke an old man in an old car, hailing us as we photographed some cows just a corner away. There, he said, was the famous Ash tree, often used...More
Slowly the greyness fades and feasts my eyes.
Weather is changing Formations in the skies Pallets fading Autumn in disguise In a darkening evening suddenly a few last...More
Wow, you should have seen this simplicity in beauty, such a warm light on a cold day. I shot this one with a polariser for a bit of power in colours,...More