When I’m over there, I realize that this is something that I miss so much: seeing all this diversity and variety. This is so high up in the mountains, 2600 meters above sea level. It's cold, and the light there is very diffuse. This is taken at night though, and you see the flash reflecting in some of the leaves.
When I was standing there, I already saw it as a picture before it was a picture. I never reframe; it has to be as my first impression was.
There’s things that I didn’t see at first. Here, I was taken by the geometry, the way the plants grow. But afterwards, when I start editing, I see all these elements of my photography coming back. The monstera at the bottom often comes back in my work.
It’s nature, it’s landscaping, and all of us photographers, we do the same. But there’s is all these elements that we, very unconsiously, search for in an image. I was really glad when I saw this part.