Natalia Tsoukala’s starting point is the natural world. As often is the case in nature photography, the artist succumbs to nature’s allure and accentuates its aesthetic quality over content of the image. Photographs that present the veins of leaves, the formations of the sand and the corrosion of metals are exercises on the sum of the points of natural space. The interest gravitates towards morphological composition. In this quest , a shot can be inspired by any texture, natural or non, that changes under the play of light. Natalia Tsoukala handles her digital lense as analogical, avoiding photograph processing, but rather praising the power of the non-directed moment. By detecting the world around her, the photographer forms and develops her own visual vocabulary.