The most important part of a forest is the trees. They give the forest its character.
By omitting the crown and roots as much as possible, the essence of the forest, the supporting part, remains.
In some trees, branches and inflorescences form an equally strong image in detail. This is also the case for many types of grasses.
With this series I try to capture the image-forming, often landscape-determining character of these plants, throughout the seasons.