Shapes In Nature: Sweet Vision - This image is part of the collection named Shapes In Nature. The photo has been taken by means of a specific technique, which involves a slight movement of the camera during a long exposure shot. As in many of my works, the sense of indefinite and unknown is what fascinates me the most. Here, I want to render the indefinite feel by not giving a clear and detailed representation of what the subject looked like, rather a much more interesting vision. I like to think the viewer has much more space to build their own personal representation of the tree. Also, the motion blur is to me very much like capturing "Time". A tree in autumn on a partly cloudy day can bu a very static view. This capture shows movement on a static element: such a human invention, Time moves in a different way in nature, often invisible to the human eye, rather more visible to a camera's lens.