There is something magical about the lens of photographer Missy Prince. In the most unlikely of places, where the naked eye may passively overlook, she sees a picturesque vision. Sometimes shooting solitary landscapes or a single person within a vast surrounding, Prince makes even the simplest of places and inanimate objects evoke raw emotion and thought in her viewers.
Despite this, Prince sees her photography merely as an opportunity to attact her audiences to particular places. Her goal is to convey a sense of place, and maybe "suggest something unknowable beyond the obvious content of the image." Missy explains the beauty in her work: "I like not knowing how a photo is going to turn out. The difference between what you see and what you get is a big part of the thrill, and waiting for the results makes that difference more clear."
Implications - Art that is inspired by nature is appealing to consumers who appreciate its inherent beauty. Environmentalists in particular use these artworks to spread the importance of taking care of global surroundings.