Botanic Loop
Macro photographic series that aims to explore the potential of these small springs to cling to other plants to serve as support. In plant morphology these extensions of climbing plants are called “tendrils” and are important tools that serve the plant, in this case the passion fruit tree, to fix in other branches and leaves, rolling these structures and serving as support.

The abstract forms in the natural world always fascinated me and through these photos I try to focus attention on a minimal part of the nature of the plants that could normally go unnoticed and invite the viewer to get lost in the personal interpretation of these various helical formations. The series "Botanic Loop" was designed in black and white because it only explores the shape and texture of these spiral-shaped filiform structures which may at first appear to be man-made.
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Botanic Loop

Macro photographic series that aims to explore the potential of these small springs of the climbing plants, in this case the passion fruit tree, Read More
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