'WHEN WE SAID "YES!"' - a photo of a Cladonia Pixi-cup lichens in dew drops, 2021. The lichen is... Read More
'WHEN WE SAID "YES!"' - a photo of a Cladonia Pixi-cup lichens in dew drops, 2021.
lichen is an organism created by the algae cells and the fungus symbiosis. The algae produce food through photosynthesis, and the fungus
protects the algae and provides nutrients and water for their combined
collaboration is so good, that allows lichens to survive where many other
organisms cannot. They are the bright representatives of that case when 1+1 is
more than 2!
think that symbiosis is about communication when we say YES to each other.
It is about the couple, about building a family.
detail: Interesting personal detail. This photo I caught on our wedding anniversary, on 25 September, walking in the forest around the house in the morning and thinking about our relationships. For me, it is still a moment to wonder when I catch the images through which Nature kind of speaks with me in visual language. But maybe it is just my fantasies that have flown too far :))
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is printed on Hahnemuehle fine art paper using archival pigment inks in a
limited edition. Chosen materials provide age resistance to fading, deep
colours, and contrast of prints.
print is signed, numbered, and comes with the certificate.
Actual size with the signature 18 x 24 cm -
edition of 25 - 85 €
Actual size with the signature 30 x 40 cm -
edition of 9 - 300 €
Actual size with the signature 60 x 90 cm -
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