A desire to pick up where I left off a few years before resulted in a trip to the Southeast Asian Rainforest to try and decrypt the secret of the tropics. Khao Lak-Lam Ru National Park felt like living in a passage of a Max Frisch novel. Nature was immense and boiling with life, the sound of the birds almost unbearable. Nature never needs to justify itself for how it grows or what it grows into. It is free from its emotions. With walls of blue-green leaves, earth inhabited by a million insects, I became Walter Faber in "Homo Faber" with an aversion for the Unpredictable, yet inevitably falling into it.
Photography and words by Louise Reinke.
Editing by Bis Turnor.