In ‘Orchard Tilt’, the viewer is invited to release their mind from the bonds put upon them by the prevailing realities of the dimension, in which they travel, and let it escape to pull them into an alternate dimension, where they are free to explore and discover all that lies just beyond.
In our dreams we may find ourselves flying, as we are given the opportunity to go beyond gravity’s grasp into the sky; this infers a desire for exploration to push beyond the boundaries, within which we live our daily lives. This very desire sets us apart and enables us to envision possibilities, strive for the heavens and achieve what was once described in fiction only.
Another aspect of ‘Orchard Tilt’ is that it provides a depiction of where the mind can go, when it moves beyond the limits of the body. This is much like the experience one may have during meditation.
This image was captured at 100 ISO, F/22 at 0.16 second shutter speed. A fairly rapid zoom twist was employed to get the radial blur.