The frames I’ve created handle my very ‘core’ self’s ascent in my own style. I tried to visualize my emotions’ glares that change momentarily or through time with the help of nature and elements of nature that I feel are close to me when I try to describe myself. There were times when I shouldn’t have stayed silent. There were actions that I had to confess. There were people who had to confess certain things to me. There were years when I had to face my family. I was left, and there were people I left. At the time these were happening, I’ve lived all these events very intensely. However, in my current, active world, they’re starting to become unimportant, losing their power and effect. This situation remains in my head as a cloud of dust that spreads through time. I don’t know when they will disappear, yet these clouds that roared at their time make up my current being. These frames, in a way, are my emotional highs. The photographs represent the ascent of the emotions I’ve been through, their highest points and their settling process. What’s easily remembered are the just the intense yet indescribable emotions at the highest points.