Oh my goodness… I have fallen in love with frozen water. It first started when I travelled to the US in 2009 and it snowed… and I was just soooo excited. Then a few years later I was captivated by the ice formations and expanses of white in Antarctica… The Shape of Cold opened up a way of experiencing landscape I had never felt before. Then to Greenland… and I developed a deeper sense of wonder for the icebergs which calved off glaciers… frozen time. Then to my second journey to Antarctica where the icebergs had a more significant emotional effect for me. … and now…. skiing in the snow…. and sitting on the edge of a forest in the silent snowstorm was just so magical… and the phenomenon of it snowing in a space void of all sound was just captivating and breathtaking. I love frozen water…. and I have only realised just today that the subject matter for my first photographic exhibitions were water….. and now they too are of water but in a frozen form… and both have provided such mystery and magic for not only my photographs but personally as well.
I hope to continue to experience this incredible world of frozen water… in ice… and snow… and cold!!!