Rippled duplicate was created by finding a large reflective foreground that duplicated the illuminated sky. Long exposure photography techniques were required to capture the intensity of yellow, orange, pink, and purple colours underneath the high clouds. I chose the mirrored composition to improve the already stunning sky and separate the physical and deceptive worlds from each other. This is finalised with the balanced silhouette tree line that narrows the focus into the centre of the image.
Gerke documents and exploits evolving natural landscapes through time-lapse photography, videography, orchestral compositions and meticulously captured still images. His relentless passion to present evolving turbulent structures, fuels Gerke’s respect for the domination of uncontrollable meteorological conditions and his almighty God.