Linda Westin, based in Stockholm, left photography and became a Ph.D. in neuroscience specialized in super-resolution fluorescence microscopy.
Then she turned back to photography. Now she looks at forests, rocks, plants, and stars with visual sensitivity and methods from neuroscience. She adds light to dark sceneries, to enhance structure and make new versions of reality visible. She presents tree canopies as fluorescent neuronal dendrites in visionary primordial landscapes.