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Revelatio: The Unveiling of Fundamental Forms[1] author: Sarolta Gyoker (Hungary)
Description Hungarian photographer Sarolta Gyoker has always focused on nature photography that reveals what she perceives as the essence of what manifests in front of her. This laying bare is the meaning of “revelation,” whose etymology goes back to the Latin noun revelatio. The word stems from the past participle revelare, meaning unveiling, laying bare, uncovering.

“I am drawn to the mystical dimension of the manifest world: light, silence, abstracted forms and shapes, stripped-down elements in nature - all of these lie at the heart of my attention and way of seeing.” - Sarolta Gyoker

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EXIF Date Time: 2017:04:11 09:58:00
Camera: NIKON D750
Aperture F Number: f/11.0
Exposure Time: 1/80s
Focal Length: 56mm
ISO: 160

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