"The Tree with Hoarfrost" is a photo book of intimate winter landscapes accompanied with a short story told in the manner of both poetic existentialism and magic realism. The protagonist Dryad laments over the world of sorrow and its perpetual dichotomy: that of loss and gain, and the unconscious sacrifices in both dark and bright times in the lives of two brothers who never knew each other, who lived in two different times, where their common bond in life is loss – the only inheritance between a younger brother and his younger daughter.
While the characters have their own life, they at the same time represent allegories for feelings, sensuality, intimacy, and human conditions drawn from the author's private life.
This is a nonlinear narrative set in the second World War and in contemporary time. Delivered in a language of symbolism, and accompanied with photographs of intimate winter landscapes.
You can find more about the author on the following websites: http://photo.net/photos/Krisi