These images interpret and evaluate my emotional connection and reaction to horticultural decay:
These are images of the relation between botanicals and the glass (or polyethene) that controls, contains, or restrains them;
Images reflecting my connection with, but also separation from, my ‘roots’, as my parents run a horticulture business.

Unless otherwise stated, all these images were made with Linhof Technikardan S45 and Fuji Velvia 50 5x4 slide film.

Broken Blue

(Nikkor-M 300)

Backlit Botanicals 

(Nikon D800E, 85PC-E tilt-shift)

Cyan Glass and Wood

(Schneider Apo-Symmar MC 150)

Glasshouse Metal with Vine Leaves 

(Nikon D800E, 24PC-E tilt-shift) 

Curves

(Nikkor-M 300)

Japanese Glass 

(Nikon D800E, 85PC-E tilt-shift)

Botanicals 2 

(Nikon D800E, 85PC-E tilt-shift)

Glasshouse Mood 

(Nikon D800E, 85PC-E tilt-shift)

Face of Glass

(Schneider Apo-Symmar MC 150)

Leaf Mysteries

(Schneider Apo-Symmar MC 150)

Shard Pathway

(Nikkor-W 210)

Abstract (Blue and Green)

(Schneider Apo-Symmar MC 150)

Hokusai's Tears

(Fujinon T 400)

Glasshouse Interior with Tools

(Schneider Apo-Symmar MC 150)

Glassflowers

(Schneider Apo-Symmar MC 150)

Backlit Botanicals 2

(Nikkor-W 210)

Slow-Motion Waterfall 

(Nikon D800E, 85PC-E tilt-shift)

Frosted Sky 

(Apple iPhone 6Plus)

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