This was created in August 2012 in a small rural farming village called Ibrahimpasa in Central Anatolia, Turkey.
When I arrived in the village, the harvest was in full production. All produce was arranged carefully on the rooftops on donkey feedbags. The sun is so hot that everything is dried and preserved quickly.
I decided to participate in the harvest too, by picking these small roadside flowers every day in the morning for a month and letting the sun lock in their color. In the end, I arranged them also on a donkey feed bag too. It was my response to the harvest and a gift to the women of Ibrahimpasa.