From Giliell, spectacular butterfly shots, click for full size!
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This is a wonderful series, from Nina Röder:
Berlin-based artist Nina Röder’s series “A little deeper than you thought” explores the meaning of existence through a series that captures the relationship between humans and the natural environment.
Inspired by Jean Paul Sartre’s exploration of existentialism as propounded in “Nausea”, the series explores the nuances of human existence, focussing on the chasm between presence and absence, being and nothingness. Shot across the rugged landscapes of Iceland, Ireland, Spain and the Harz Mountains, the images evoke a sense of mystery, inviting contemplation on the nature of our existence. “Ancestry, gender, education, religion – all are factors with an invisible influence on our existence,” explains the artist in a statement. To make such factors visible, we need images to expose what determines our fate and creates a distance between ourselves and our personae.”
From rq. The moment I saw this, I wanted to run outside and have a serious flirtation with the sun. Unfortunately, my weather was windy, cold, and gloomy. So I just stared at this photo some more, in stunned delight. Click for full, glorious size!
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