I have always been in touch with nature due to my profession. Throughout my entire career, I have seen that human beings do harm to nature in the name of their own interests and that they do not offer any opportunity to other creatures and nature. With this exhibition, I had the opportunity to observe the togetherness of man and nature. I tried discover to understand that the meaning of respecting each other, knowing the limits and intertwining. The competition between the living and the non-living are the buildings, walls, doors, which are alive with the living plants, but reveal their existence so hard and clearly; I observed the coexistence of living and being living. I realized that their struggle for existence and that there was no winner, that the loser was the world.
Biography: She continued her postgraduate studies in his photographic journey which she started in high school years. He engaged in micro photography which is a well-known branch in the world, although it is not well known in our country. Some of her micro photographs were published within the scope of an article published in the journal (Akbudak, N. & Seniz, V. 2009. In vitro and in vivo behviour of gamma-irradiated pollen. 37(4): 361-367) Zealand New Zealand Journal of Crop and Horticultural Science. In 2015, he participated in the trainings held in Bufsad and attended at the workshops of different photo instructors. She teaches ''Basic Photography'' lessons at Bursa Uludağ University. She continues to work as an amateur in the art of photography that an important branch of visual arts, within the scope of the “Hayatı Fotoğrafla'' team.