Adrian Lewis – A double exposure of the Hazel tree in our garden, with the beautiful yellow leaves that it has in the autumn. The camera was moved slightly between the two exposures of the colour slide. The whole appears chaotic, but underlying this chaos there is the annual autumn cycle of leaf fall. Visit Adrian’s blog here.
Ashley Lily Scarlett – Order out of Chaos, 2012. Visit Ashley’s blog here.
Benoît Beaudry – A beheaded Christ. I took this photo from a decaying statue covered in pigeon droppings in the attic of Chapelle Saint-Libéral (a church built in the 14th century, later converted into an art gallery) in Brive-la-Gaillarde (France) at the time of my one and only european painting exhibition (around 2003). About the theme, I’ll say that, these days, I fail to see any form of order in the chaos of many sad world events… so… Visit Benoît’s blog here.
Gustav Rappestad – Reaching out, Norrköping, Sweden. Visit Gustavs blog here.
Harrie Nijland – Thin. Visit Harrie’s blog here.
Jörg Kruth – Corridors are an expression of order, though they are hard to recognize as places themself. But with this one I have some memories. Visit Jörg’s blog here.
Kari Jeppesen – Visit Kari’s blog here.
Mathias Laitila Kälvemark – Order in chaos. Stockholm, Sweden. Visit Mathias blog here.
Mårten Lundgren – Visit Mårtens blog here.
Robin Down (aka northumbrianlight) – It was taken in an abbey somewhere in Tuscany in September 2001 – precisely where I cannot remember. We were headed south to Ravello on 9/11 and some of images I produced at the time were influenced by that dreadful event. Visit Robin’s blog here.
Terje Hellesø – This image is from outside Mullsjö this year, February 15. I made it from a running train with a long shutter-speed, 1/6 second. We see two trees seeking contact in a turbulent world. Two individuals seeking order in chaos. Visit Terjes blogs here and here.
Victor Bezrukov – Visit Victor’s blog here.