We are small. Tiny. Almost invisible. Depending on the scale.
In a world where we lost our sense of proportions and became conflicting and destructive giants, Nature is putting us in our place, often by catastrophic events, but also in this most peaceful way: by subtly blending us in.
It’s a concept that imposed itself to my camera for almost ten years since I’m taking pictures of people in majestic natural contexts. It almost passed unseen until recently when, browsing through my archives, I noticed the recurrence of the theme. I then understood that Nature’s peaceful ways also need a witness, in order to enter the collective conscience.
This is how “Tiny” started to develop as a long-term project, and I became consciously the registrar of this particular lesson of modesty from which, I believe, we all have something to learn.
Tiny can be followed on the Journal.