For me forests are one of the most fascinating environments. Cornwall can offer such an amazing range of different forests.
Come and join me on a tour through enchanted places and moments I captured within different forests of Cornwall.
I took most of these pictures while hiking on Mount Edgecumbe.
Last weekend I borrowed a Hasselblad camera from the Media Hub at my university and started walking through Plymouth. I walked past a lot of familiar places but also discovered new ones. My favourite area is usually the seaside but this time I tried to mainly focus on interesting architectural spaces in Plymouth. Again, you can see that I like to capture symmetry.
Plymouth is such an interesting place even though it is not always pretty. But if you ask me, there is a certain aspect of aesthetic in all these places. Which is probably the reason for me to take pictures of them.
This portrait shooting happened very spontaneously. Tereza needed photographs for her artist portfolio and I was happy to help her out with that.
Together we went through the city of Plymouth and finally most of the photos were shot at the sea where Plymouth has its most beautiful places to discover.
I love the contrast in these pictures. It makes her stand out from the simple but interesting backgrounds.
Jelly can be stunningly beautiful.
I got really inspired by watching jelly fish movement in Plymouth’s National Marine Aquarium and I had to take pictures of them.
For me they look like mystic dancers, dressed in beautiful costumes. Most of the time they just get moved around by the water. But their own movements seem so smooth and relaxed like nothing really matters.
Being a jellyfish must be great.
Halle Neustadt used to be a flourishing city. A lot of people desired to live there. Now parts of it lost their glamour. These abandoned parts awake my interest. The glamour might be gone, but for me a new kind of attraction arose.
Walking through the streets of Plymouth I couldn’t ignore the symmetrical style of the architecture. Symmetry is something highly inspiring for me. I don’t know where this fascination is coming from, but since I grew up in eastern Germany I am used to a rather concrete style of buildings.
I took a Hasselblad and had to capture some of my impressions.