When I work with watercolor paints, I truly enjoy the physical act of laying down paint on paper, and observing how the pigments react as soon as they touch the water. They move and float, dispersed in the fluid medium, sometimes merging with each other, some other times pushing each other away.
This dance finally comes to an end when the water evaporates. The pigments finally find their resting place in the nook and crannies of the paper surface leaving their permanent trace.
In this series, I captured these traces with a digital camera and a macro lens, transforming very small details into large prints which reveal to the eye the secret stories told by the finely ground particles that make up paints.