Year by year it seems that time is running in a circle - from the New Year to Silvester eve and again from New Year.
But like in the labyrinth there is a beginning of this cyle and there is an end.
We start in those circles when we are born and we end when we once leave this world. The circles in between are the time of your life.
The only thing is: we don't know how much time we will have.
So we should use your times wisely.
What could this mean?
For me it does mean to connect to other humans, to learn new things and be open for new things. Using my time wisely means for me to not destroy things but create things. To not keep people small but enable people to grow,
to not leave traces in history but to to leave traces in other people.
Series: Energy & Process
More can be found here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/collection/oDyZX
or on my Website: http://www.heikomahr-photography.co
The abstract images in the "The Energy & Process" series all originated as digital photographs.
Many are digitally processed.
My work is all original, except by way of inspiration from abstract expressionist artists of the
1950s, such as Pollock, Rothko or of Cy Twombly, and others. As I work with the shifting (or varying) colors and fluctuating (or free) forms in these images,
I am reminded of the interaction between elements and energy. Color and form come alive in my imagination and become a part of the ongoing process of life. Abstract images are my way of showing how mundane things can be transformed into mystery; a mystery that calls each of us
to explore, discover and embrace in their own way. If you are interested to see more you can aquire my Book "From Energy and Impression"
Now, the season close to christmas is also the season to make a resume of the year.
Was it a good year? Yes it was, a more or less good way. Still peace around my family and me, and freedom, and a job and income, but on smaller scales there always sorrows and pains.
For my photography it was a good year as I did dare to make my first exhibition.
Was it a strange year? Oh yes, definitely. It seem to run faster then any other year before and the routine of the last years have been busted and void.
But it paved the way for new experiences good and bad, stunning and some some won't to repeat.
For my photography it was strange as it was the first time for years with not so much presence at G+ and also I did felt having not so much time for photography at all, but I did shot more than in the last years, in new techniques which found just lately and still trying to master.
This website I do run now for more or less a year, now and also this project was great and strange to do.
Great to build an own presence but also strange as it did take some time to find a direction I want to use this home platform for.
So how has your year been for your photography?
2017- Renningen - Autumn Tree with Multiple exposure
I'm a man, a husband, a father, and a product manager most of the day.