Photographer Alyona Timofeeva is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Purity of Perception’.  To see Alyona’s body of work, click on any image.






If you divide a whole into fragments, you can see them as they are, pure. If you carefully focus on one moment, you can feel it without the prism of your past experiences.

If you peel off a piece of thought from the tangled skein in your head, you can understand exactly who you are now.

If you look closely at the homogeneous mud, you can see a lot of parallel fractal systems connected into one: like coniferous needles, grains of sand, humus, pieces of bark, moss,  and grass.

I train myself to stop more often, remember and turn on an open, unsophisticated perception.

And here is a collection of pictures that convey how you can see moments, people, events, interactions, if you remove all unnecessary things that change their essence.







All images and text © Alyona Timofeeva





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