The second book in the series, “Through a Jungian Lens,” is a photographic and poetic journey through the prairies of Saskatchewan, Canada.
The unique form of photography found in this book was the result of a “happy accident” or “synchronicity” as it is called in Jungian psychology. While working on the first book of the series, I was busy taking off and adding lenses using adapter rings also known as bowers. By placing the telephoto lens on top of the regular lens using a set of three different bowers, I found that at a certain point in the telephoto process, I was able to capture round images rather than the traditional rectangular images associated with photography.
To preview the book, click here. You will be able to enjoy the first fifteen pages of the book at that site. While at that site, you will be able to order either softcover, hardcover with dust jacket or hardcover with image wrap.