Simple flowers, complex light

          When I started my "quarantine project" I didn't have a fixed idea of what I wanted to achieve but I knew for sure that I needed to preserve my creativity and sanity while I was home-confined. 

I had to work with what I had and what I had were flowers, sun light and a prism gifted by Lula.

I experimented with it chasing sunbeams through every window of the house and moving my subject from place to place, depending on where the rainbow fell. As weeks went by my spectral light setup became more complex and allowed me to see flowers in yet a new light, vaguely reminiscent of the Northern Lights. 

*Project under development;

to be resumed when winter cloudy skies make room for sunnier days.