Detritus Series © Sean Hayes
This is another photograph in the series of images I shot last autumn depicting decomposition of leaves and various pieces of detritus that nature has discarded. While the subject matter may seem rather melancholic and brings our attention to the impermanence of things, it is also a promise of new life to come. Nothing new can exist or come into being without space being created through the destruction of what has been. A metaphor for the morphosis that affects many aspects of our lives and loves. Hope you like the image – and should you like it enough to want a pristine print on your wall, please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll chat about print sizes, prices and shipping arrangements. Thank you for your visit.
Seeing as there is a very autumnal feeling to the day here in Belgium – I’ve decided to post a series of photographs I shot last time autumn came around. I’ve always been a big fan of autumn – Albert Camus summed up the season best “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower”. Camera: iPhone. Edit: photo apps.
Detritus Series 1 ©Sean Hayes (2012)
Detritus Series 2 ©Sean Hayes (2012)
Detritus Series 3 ©Sean Hayes