Our Earth abounds with living creatures. Yet we often forget that plants are living organisms as well, just like all animals and, of course, human beings. There is conception, birth, nurturing, growth, and finally maturity over a period of time.
All living organisms have unique life cycles, their own time frames, in life, as well as in death. Humankind is hardly cognizant of the fact that “the rhythm of life” is a relative factor. Life on planet Earth follow their own tessellation according to their specific and unique evolutionary process. Richard Fischer celebrates the gracious development of flora, staging birth, life, and death in his first three cycles: Gentle Genesis, Floral Finesse, and Dying Divas.
In Gentle Genesis, the viewer can reflect on the wonders of life in birth and experience the magic of every beginning.