patience becomes an easy task when you’re surrounded by such a wonderful environment
In the Vermilion Cliffs of southern Utah and northern Arizona, ancient winds created large sand dunes of alternating layers. Gravity and water caused them to flow and bend, creating swirls and folds like cream in coffee. The dunes eventually petrified. Now the forces of erosion are revealing the amazing patterns hidden within.
Beautiful black & white captures by Norwegian photographer Øystein Aspelund.
On my way home.
Florian Mueller. Multivision.
Time is a Dimension | Fong Qi Wei
The beauty of photography, and the same reason the medium is famous for, is freezing time. It gives us the chance to more or less freeze and pull a moment out of it’s context, and make it possible to look at one particular moment again and again, feeding you visual memory. And yet it is nearly impossible to visualize time itself in a photograph. Singapore based photographer, Fong Qi Wei , managed to do so though. By layering different photos of the same spot he shot within 2 to 4 hours, mostly during sunrise or sunset, he creates sequences of time captured in one image.
The Toronto dwelling photographer known as Barbara Cole has always been enthralled with the concept of capturing images from an underwater perspective.
In this set, Jose Romussi combines photography and embroidery to create these unique pieces.
Jose Romussi was born in Chile where he studied landscape design. Over the past few years he has gained a significant following for his screen prints and collages in which he combines vintage black and white photographs with colorful forms of embroidery. The supernatural power of dancers and their poses and movements inspire him with their precision and elegance. Romussi brings these pictures back to life with bright vibrant colors, underlining the dynamic of these frozen movements. With each new line of embroidery he invites the viewer to dream with him and to experience each subject’s hidden vitality.