The grocery store had a shelf of calla lilies. They were strange colors, blue, black, and this deep purple that felt like it would wash off with watering. Calla lilies are a rare sight in the towns by the Pacific Ocean in Panama.
It is such a beautiful flower, and I could live my life in its presence. When I saw the plants, I realised it had been months since I looked at flowers through a close-up lens. No wonder I feel lost.
When I put my name on an image like this, I feel like I have stolen nature. Like the way, water is bottled and sold.
Hi I’m Jamuna Burry.
365 DAYS is my personal practice of shipping words and images.
Exploring ideas on creativity through digital art.