During almost three years Annet van der Voort photographed again and again exactly the same scene: the watersurface of a small river with the reflexion of bordering trees. Again and again variations of one motif. On first sight an unspectacular series of images showing the sequence of seasons in nature. But on second sight these photographs reveal dramatic changes. The watersurface itself is never the same, sometimes clear as a mirror, sometimes rough. Light, wind and weather linked to the seasons create endless reflexions of reality. Monochromatic grey changes into a blaze of colour, photographic naturalism changes into impressionism and abstraction.This sequence of images reveals nuances that the human eye cannot fix and leads to another way of seeing nature.
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