Exploring ideas on creativity through digital art.
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.