Connected Simplicity


Trees. Beautiful quiet presences. Shy canopies sharing harmoniously the space with all life; a resting and a nesting place for migrating and overwintering birds alike, fresh air to breathe, shade on a hot summer’s day and timeless whispers of winds. Patiently growing towards the light without missing a raindrop or a robin’s song along its journey. Mastering the art of being and of letting go. If we were to ask the trees how they do it, they would say and think nothing of it and simply stay peacefully rooted in being. Connected simplicity.

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I am reworking older (and new) photographs into a slightly different monochrome-ish style. Photographs of trees and plants, seas and shores and the Burren from a variety of angles. These are all ready available as museum quality archival print size 21cm x 15 cm in a frame specifically made for this; sustainable oak and with art-glass. Product 100% supporting local Irish independent business’s.

The photographs are also available as an archival print to order in size A4 to A2 (some possible A1) All photographs will be up on my website soon to see as full collection, however please send an email to mail@htfisker.com if this has your interest now and I will email the images for you to view.

2 Replies to “Connected Simplicity”

  1. joshua elias says:

    Love it HANNE !!! xoxo Joshua

    On Thu, Mar 24, 2022 at 2:47 AM Hanne T. Fisker Photography wrote:

    > Hanne T. Fisker posted: ” Trees. Beautiful quiet presences. Shy canopies > sharing harmoniously the space with all life; a resting and a nesting place > for migrating and overwintering birds alike, fresh air to breathe, shade on > a hot summer’s day and timeless whispers of winds. ” >

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