“Every day, I journey through life. Days string together, a lifetime forms. And when I look at the whole, the path is never straight. It may go this way or it may go that way; which way it turns and where it leads, I don’t know. And yet I started at the beginning, and will arrive at the end. That I know. I let the world and nature tell me where to go. Though I pick the path, I don’t force it. I wander freely and easily.”
“Free and Easy Wandering” is a series of photographs that explores the beauty of nature through the lens of minimalism. The work focuses on graceful curves and winding lines, highlighting the organic shapes that often go unnoticed in our busy lives.
It is an evolution of Peter’s original work, furthering his signature design language and adding the subtle use of colour that is inherent in nature.
Through the use of minimalism, Peter invites the viewer to slow down and appreciate the simplicity of these natural forms. The photographs are presented in a way that emphasizes negative space and draws attention to the elegance of the curves.
Peter also draws parallels between the winding lines of nature and the unpredictable path that we all take through life. The meandering lines are symbolic of the ups and downs, twists and turns, and unexpected detours that we encounter on our journey. If we don’t force it, our lives will flourish with a naturalness that is a reflective of our true selves.
“Free and Easy Wandering” is an invitation to pause, reflect, and appreciate the beauty that surrounds us. It encourages us to embrace the winding path of life and to find peace in the unpredictability of the journey.