|Between Dog and Wolf - Untitled 2 - 2005 (image from here)|
"To record the forest at night is a nearly impossible task. As for previous works, Night 2 and Azure, the photographs were taken during twilight, when light is still present outside the confined space of the forest, and darkness has already spread under the trees. Again using long exposures, the camera records the barely visible forms of the forest at night, making visible to the viewer's eye what would otherwise be shrouded in darkness. The skylight that breaks through the curtains formed by the trees’ density appears paler, and gives us the sense of an outside world, away from the compact and claustrophobic forest."
See her more recent work on her website, chrystellebas.com - it opens with this image -
|Presence-Untitled n.30-Risnjak-Kupa, 2010|
In other words, the uncanny power of twilight...