Tag Archive for minimalism

Bryce Canyon Bryce Canyon, Utah Photography | Tom Libertiny

Minimalism | Nature

With our ongoing work on Garden Moxie, I’ve taken time during our travels to look at minimalism in nature.  What struck me was while nature could appear to be simple from a distance, up close it’s amazingly complex.  Here’s a series of three photographs that compares the root and branch systems of plants in Colorado…

Aspens Vail, Colorado Photography | Tom Libertiny

Aspen Trees | Life

Aspen trees are beautiful. But there’s much more happening underground with them that leads to their remarkable life. One of the unusual things about Aspen trees is that the “tree” part that we view is actually equivalent to an air root.  Simply put, the actual tree lives underground and what we normally think of as a…

Hawaiian House Marshall, Michigan Photography | Tom Libertiny

Minimalism | Hawaiian House

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” | Leonardo da Vinci I started my Minimalism project at the beginning of 2017.  As my travels spiral outward from Detroit, here’s a series from my recent trip to Hawaiian House in Marshall Michigan.  Click HERE for more Minimalism.