The Seraphim is the second volume of the The Seven Seals septology by photographer Jesse Lenz.
Delving deeper into the vision that started with The Locusts, the reader explores a realm of childhood enchantment where nature insists upon sets of fledgling counterparts.
His children experience the joys, curiosity, and vulnerability of childhood alongside other creatures that seem to either be standing vigil over them, or stalking them from the shadows. The backyard becomes a labyrinth of passages as the children experience the cycles of birth and death in the changing seasons.
The Seraphim depicts a brooding landscape where nature and grace can be witnessed through the prism of small, infinitesimal lives.