FRAGILITY by Sarah Ducker
“ New creatures whirl in form non-existence,
Galaxies scattered around their feet”
Standing quietly on an ancient mountain in New Zealand, I looked down and discovered quite unexpectedly, such delicacy on the ground.
In the seemingly bleak tundra, little parcels of exquisite beauty.
I wondered how such infinite fragility could survive in such a hostile environment?
By staying close to the ground out of the wind. A metaphor for life.
I felt a duty of care to our precious earth and that my photographs must capture the feeling, mood and atmosphere of the experience, to connect deeply to our inner lives.
GRATITUDE by Sarah Ducker
“The soul wants to walk in that
cleansing air and not come back”