“naturally” is a photographic essay that inspires the viewer’s perspective, presenting photographs without text in their pure visual potential. Inconspicuous details and otherwise hardly consciously perceived things are documented, and in the photographs they also show us something else – that which we find in our imagination. We accompany the photographer on a walk that spins off into a train of thought. In a garden that seems neither foreign nor completely familiar, we can discover the originality of our own nature: complex and multi-layered, we find examples of the interplay of different elements as a unit, processes of renewal, growth, dissolution and decay. We discover the origin of ideas, examples of human influence, and the consequence of neglect, in interaction and as part of natural processes. The photographer creates a narrative sequence that we initially follow as his, only to discover later that it could be our own. With this change of perspective, the subtle becomes fascinating.