"A painting is not a picture of an experience. It is an experience", Mark Rothko. I deeply think we could all do with a bit more of Rothko's principles in our way of photographing - insisting on the primacy of raw emotion to push the boundaries of form and color to make photos appear as painting-like as possible. The result for me is images that combine vivid and natural colors with geometric shapes, creating a series of abstract landscapes that fall somewhere between painting and photography. Photos taken with my head & my camera pointing directly downwards on board an ULM above the Camargue.