TOKYO-2018 Fine Art / Abstract


  • Prize
    Bronze in Fine Art/Abstract
  • Photographer
    Karolina Nowosielska
  • Technical Info
    Nikon D200, Post-edition: A Slight Enhancing Of Contrast And Conversion To Black And White
  • Photo Date
    March 2014 - June 2014

This series was created during my daily early morning walks along the beach. One of these mornings, I noticed beautiful and intriguing patterns on the sand created by the tides. The high tide and low tide are caused by the gravitational forces exerted by the Moon, and these are the same forces that regulate the cycles in the body of a woman. These are two wonderful phenomes that are in constant rise and fall, in a harmonious and eternal change. The patterns in the sand symbolize for me this never-ending fluctuation present everywhere in the nature, including in the female body.