I started this “without a face” series a while ago as my way of reconnecting with my work on an artistic and emotional level. But this year I will try to take these once a month. The more I do it, the more impact it has on my artistic side. It pushes me creatively to find beauty in small things around me. These will always be taken with my macro lens, as this is my favorite one which I use pretty much just for my ring shots. So ironically, my inspiration for this edition was this shitty transition of seasons we are in. This winter seems to have no end and spring is nothing but a major tease. For some reason this combo of the two seasons seemed interesting and challenging to capture. I decided to look for some dry, lifeless and ugly looking things left from last year, and capture them in a spring afternoon sunlight, to squeeze a tiny bit of beauty out of them. Macro lens lets me see things differently, and it always leaves me with that “wow, I didn’t know it was possible” feeling. I can say we push and surprise each other a lot. So here it is, a winter and spring affair; the line between death and rebirth.