Updated: Aug 19, 2019
“What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.”
– Karl Lagerfeld
Winter felt long and didn’t loosen its grip before beginning of May this year. But when it came, it was beautiful.
This was my first time seeing these old apple trees in full bloom. The contrast between the old moss and the most delicate white and pink flowers was fantastic to witness. The petals had already started to fall off, and when the wind blew it almost looked like it was snowing.
In a way, it felt so symbolic to document me and my daughter under these trees. Because aren’t trees a symbol of life, of family and connection? Is it not our role as parents to provide our children with roots so also they can grow and blossom in their life, just like these trees?
Thanks for stopping by, and feel free to get in touch if you want me to document YOUR moment.