My idea for this project was to study different stages of decay. I have spent three years working with different animals, birds, plants and objects. Most of the pictures are taken in a small pond in my own garden with a medium format digital camera. To focus on so few subjects for such a long period is fascinating, demanding and informative. The project has been important for me visually. I have experimented a lot with light and taken pictures at different times of the day.”
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