“I think in images, not in words.”
While traveling through uncommon and surreal looking places, one might notice some similarities with Sanja Marusic’s color-saturated photographic world.
Photographed in six different countries over a period of two years, “Flowers in December” is a series of portraits in which human presence is merely accidental and rather used as props. Bright contrasts and a certain desolation paired with a highly saturated nature depicts people in a moment of transition, unaware of the camera.
Though human figures appear in almost every frame, they are not the center of the images: the landscape is the true protagonist here.
– Discover more of Sanja’s work here