My focus in this series is on the narrow dimension on the surface of the water which responds to the wind above and currents below. With a slightly longer exposure, the motion of the water is slowed and can be tracked, that is, deconstructed into the steps of its progress. The result is an image not seen by the naked eye. And in this way the image travels further from the everyday.
Some of the scenes in this series are quiet and meditative, coming close to that sense of a world ordinarily beyond our senses, which nevertheless at times seems as accessible as a pool into which one can slip soundlessly.
Other scenes evoke the visual and tactile, acting as a barrier to the other side, yet inviting us to contemplate whether there might be something more beyond the shimmering delights, beyond the limits of our day to day experience.