Play of the Five Senses
An ongoing photography project that has evolved out of the love I have for nature and all the beautiful complexities it holds.
Having been raised in some of the worlds most incredibly diverse places I wear my heart on my sleeve when it comes to nature and all it encompasses. Despite such experiences there is no doubt that (most) of the human race bedevils a huge percentage of the land on which it walks.
Strongly believing in living harmoniously with the environment and all other species we share this life with. I think one should always try and find as many ways as possible to conserve the little that remains of the natural world, for who are we to jeopardise its prosperity and future? Taking photographs of these places is one of the many ways I put forth my efforts in the conservation of biodiversity.
The photographs elucidate the common knowledge that whilst walking between trees, in the open plains or at higher altitudes our bodies become more attuned to the properties of the cosmos, both mentally and psychically. As one moves further away from built up areas the more enhanced one’s senses become, being free of the various contaminants that subdue daily life amongst such an amorphous society.
This body of work will serve as a constant reminder for both myself and hopefully to all who come across it; to pursue and deepen one’s own cognition of the subject in question through mindfully understanding the importance of ecology.
For the wild…
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