May, The Four Seasons is at once visually stimulating and overwhelmingly colorful. These razor-sharp photographs of flowers taken in various states of life and decay from Eberle's garden in Connecticut are shot in a straightforward manner with natural light. He then slightly manipulates them digitally to transform the mundane into the Rorschach forms they become. Eberle is never certain of how the image will end up looking. The results are always personal to the viewer in the sense of transforming the "figurative into the abstract."