Wabi-Sabi (侘寂) is a Japanese aesthetic that derives from acceptance and appreciation of Impermanence.
Nature Photographer Gregor Schöpf shoots Nature through the lens of Wabi-Sabi (侘寂). Gregor's Photography arises from a quiet and sensitive mind attuned to Nature.
His images, with an eye for detail, capture transient moments of "silence". In that silence lies a melancholy, an emptiness that evokes the impermanence of all existence.
Beauty in the imperfect ("less than"), restrained and simple.
Beauty revealed through the passage of time, such as in ephemerality and decay.
Asymmetry and Irregularity