On Karl Blossfeldt’s Work

There is something about nature that seduces anyone holding a camera, ultimately making us see the world in a “surprise” mode. I wouldn’t dare to speak for every single photographer in the world, of course. I’m sure that not everyone has experienced that pinch of curiosity towards plants, but I’m sure that the immense majority has, at least in their early days.

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