Lenticular (Spring)
Lenticular (Spring #1, 2011)
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Lenticular Series

The word 'lens' comes from the Latin lens or lentil; thus a contact lens is seen to be lentil-shaped or lenticular.

A number of other correlations exist between plants and contact lenses – both are gas-permeable membranes that use light, one for altering corneal power and the other for photosynthesis.

The images were shot with a macro lens to reflect short-sighted vision. Taken in Spring, the six images represent the three pairs of lenses worn in those three months. The full series will encapsulate all four seasons.