Moon surface? Aliens? No! Moldy food
Do you remember that of "everything depends on the color of the glass you look at"? Well, that's what I thought when I saw these pictures, I didn't know what they were. Lunar surface? Aliens? No! Moldy food. So, I thought, it is true that things change depending on the perspective from which we contemplate them.
The truth is that without knowing that it is food in bad condition, Heikki Leis' photographs are strikingly beautiful, or are they because, in reality, we like morbidly decadent? We all have ever forgotten a piece of vegetables in the fridge, I am sure that from now on I will look at them with different eyes.
Leis explains: "I was inspired by some potatoes that I had left in a pot for a long time. They had started to get moldy and after a close examination of the colors and textures, I found them interesting enough to take some photos." That was the starting point that led him to experiment with various fruits and vegetables, which he lets "ripen" for two months, keeping them covered so they do not dry out.
There is nothing like seeing the beautiful where there is only power, I do not think that we are all capable of achieving it, it is a matter of looking around us and taking into account the pleasant. Thinking that moldy food can be beautiful could serve as a starting point, don't you think?
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