Photographer Noel Myles has been working for the past 15 years on “still films” of trees across the countryside of eastern England. He originally created platinum/palladium prints of the trees around the year 2000, and then photographed the trees a decade later using color film. He then combined pieces from the different photos into single mosaics, which he tells us are “the antithesis of the notion of a decisive moment”.

You can find more of Myles still films over on his website.

Palladium and Colour Trees (via My Modern Met)

Image credits: Photographs by Noel Myles and used with permission