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Prayer of the Forest

About 'Prayer of the Forest' Gallery
When you are walking in the forests all over the world, you often see a sign with the following words (known as “Prayer of the Forest”), in different languages:

Man, I am the warmth of your home in cold winter night and the protective shade when summer’s sun is strong!
I am the frame work of the roof to your house and the top of your table the bed in which you sleep
and the timber with which you fashion your boat. I am the handle to your hoe and the door to your hut.
I am the wood of your cradle and the boards of your coffin. I am the bread of your kindness and the flower of beauty.
Hear my prayer: Destroy me not
 

– HANNES TUCH (German verderer)

Genius Loci

About 'Genius Loci' Gallery
In classical Roman religion a genius loci was the protective spirit of a place. In contemporary usage, genius loci usually refers to a location’s distinctive atmosphere, or a “spirit of place”, rather than necessarily a guardian spirit.
We can find that spirit in every corner of the Earth, we only need patience.

Ripple

About 'Ripple' Gallery
These photos were taken on a beautiful early morning at the Lake of Balaton, Hungary. There was a short sandy beach, and the rising sun touched the ripples of the sand.

Inspirational songs are:
Grateful Dead – Ripple,
Genesis – Ripples and
Beth Nielsen Chapman – Sand and Water.

Reverie

About 'Reverie' Gallery
Claude Debussy was the master of creating dream-like atmospheres in his piano music. He was one of the most prominent figures associated with Impressionist music. Contemporaries compared their work in music to the earlier work of the impressionists in the visual arts. Written in 1890, Debussy’s Reverie was one of his first solo piano works to make an impact.
These photos are my impressions of Nature.

Songs from a Secret Garden

About 'Songs from a Secret Garden' Gallery
Songs from a Secret Garden (released April 16, 1996.) is the first international album by Secret Garden. It includes the winning song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1995, “Nocturne”.
Secret Garden is an Irish-Norwegian duo playing new instrumental music, also sometimes erroneously known as neo-classical music. Secret Garden features the Irish violinist Fionnuala Sherry and the Norwegian composer-pianist Rolf Løvland.

These photos are flowers, leaves and seeds from my “secret garden”.

Waltz of the Flowers

About 'Waltz of the Flowers' Gallery
Part of The Nutcracker, the “Waltz of the Flowers” is beautiful, light, airy feeling music by P. TCHAIKOVSKY. Inspiration of these images are came from there.

Refraction

About 'Refraction' Gallery
The refractions of light using a colour glass.

“Man, Sub-creator, the refracted light
through whom is splintered from a single White
to many hues, and endlessly combined
in living shapes that move from mind to mind”


– J.R.R. TOLKIEN – TREE AND LEAF

Fantasy

About 'Fantasy' Gallery
Fantasy
These images came from my fantasy.

“Every man has a place
In his heart there’s a space
And the world can’t erase his fantasies
Take a ride in the sky
On our ship, fantasize
All your dreams will come true right away”


– EARTH, WIND AND FIRE

Harmony

  • The rising sun
    THE RISING SUN
  • Golden clouds
    GOLDEN CLOUDS I.
  • Golden clouds
    GOLDEN CLOUDS II.
  • Allium
    ALLIUM
  • Daisy
    DAISY
  • Dance of flowers
    DANCE OF FLOWERS
  • Dry flowers
    DRY FLOWERS
  • Red poppy
    RED POPPY
  • Red abstract poppy
    RED ABSTRACT POPPY
  • Red daisy
    RED DAISY
  • Water lily in the rain
    WATER LILY IN THE RAIN
  • Foggy morning
    FOGGY MORNING
  • First snow
    FIRST SNOW
  • Marbles
    MARBLES
  • In the arms of angels
    IN THE ARMS OF ANGELS
  • City lights reflections in the rain
    CITY LIGHTS REFLECTIONS IN THE RAIN
  • Fingerprints
    FINGERPRINTS
  • Rust I.
    RUST I.
  • Rust II.
    RUST II.
  • Rust III.
    RUST III.
About 'Harmony' Gallery
Harmony is when the sum is greater than the parts. A happy exaggeration.
– JANE SIBERRY


Art is a harmony parallel with Nature.
– PAUL CEZANNE