All things in the world can be seen through the reflection of ‘light.’
This seemingly commonplace and mesmerizing phenomenon has inspired painters throughout all ages,
enriched the words of poets, deepened the thoughts of philosophers, and directed scientists toward experiments, yet its true nature remains elusive.
One of the essential elements of photography is the trace drawn by light. No matter how hard one strives, it is inherently destined to be nothing more.
How will the seemingly insignificant nature that is close at hand, swaying with its subtle light, behave when a keen awareness is directed toward it?
‘Photo-graphy’ is an exploration of light through the act of photography, and I continue to seek it today.