Imaginary hills are images which have been generated by an attentive study of reality. Shoots taken in different times, in different seasons, they are representing the transformation of the ground through man's work. This work is generating compositions not always visible at first glance. Looking at the pictures more carefully I have got a special perception, a very good one. The landscape got into the author soul, without realising it his soul expressed his mood, creating a strong relation between the landscape in the picture and his deepest feelings. Reality morphed in a game of signs and volumes, a serial repetition creating not always defined shapes, almost a journey through unconsciousness. Poles like crosses, dry and intricate shapes of the branches, nature's energy radiating from the ground, trees like cul-de-sac are an allusion to anxiety, suffering. But then the lights wins. White prevails and warms up the heart. Well kept fields, immaculate snow covered areas and bushes are expressions of inner peace. Are they images? Are they dreams? I believe it's a dream. Every single vision drives us to new imaginary dimensions, towards that primal scream identifying the man with the nature around him.

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