“Consider the lilies, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin, yet I tell you, even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.”
Nature photographer, Carola Becker, has a knack for exposing the natural beauty of everyday life. Even within things we come across nearly every day, she has found a way to turn into radiant works of art displayed through her photographs. “Last autumn, German photographer Carola Becker photographed hundreds of leaves,” magnifying the images and arranging them into a grid-like style showcasing the varieties of patterns and textures, shapes and colors in the diversity of nature.
The natural patterns of the leaves when they are arranged, reoriented, and cropped, give them a whole new appearance where we begin to stop seeing them simply as leaves, and start seeing them more for their forms and variants.
The colors, textures, veins and patterns give the leaves an intriguingly graphic appearance.
The beauty of God’s creation is so brilliant it can be found even in the most mundane of objects. What a mighty God we serve.
Article: Sepia Photography