“Follow Me”
This Photo was shot in 1989 in Washington State (USA) at a Pacific Ocean beach next to the small town La Push, west of Seattle. A small green bush was digitally removed and the little girls trousers, being of a slightly different shade of red, were made the very same color as the top‘s. Technique: Kodak Ektar 100 24x36 mm color negativ film; high-end digitized. Print: Digital Fine Art on uncoated Somerset Velvet. Size: Paper: 76x112 cm, Picture: 66x94 cm Copies: 25, numbered and signed, and 5 artist's copies (I-V) Price: 975.‒ Euros Artist: Björn Dämpfling
This photo was taken in 1989 at a pacific beach in Washington State (USA) near the small village La Push, west of Seattle. It was an overcast day with strong wind producing an even more ghostly scenery at this beach littered with giant tree corpses. I positioned my tripod close to the water’s edge in order to take a photo of a huge tree trunk that reminded me right away of a primeval dragon. When I had just taken my first photo of it and wanted to move on, I noticed my at the time five- year-old daughter Lea, who came from the left, walking very slowly, into the picture. This way a first rate nature photo turned into something well beyond, for that reason: “Chronos”