Floating Series by Andrew Brodhead

15 Dec 2012

Author uses a spectacular manner of expressing the protest against the pollution of the natural landscapes.

Just for an instant, imagine yourself walking thoughtfully somewhere out of the city, a camera in your hands, warm boots on your feet, things clear in your mind, the nature around untouched and sounds of serenity plain, unhurried like forever…  Is there anything in the world loud enough to break this silent witness of peace wrapping the universe?.. It turns out that it could be… Plastics.

This breathtaking series of photographs, called “Floating”, by Andrew Brodhead are crying out the drama of soaring bodies wrapped up in plastic in an unusual, even supersaturated way. The absolute beauty of natural landscapes is here to demonstrate a splitting contrast between the power of basic elements and the permanent hurt of the man-made evil.

A strange, even surrealistic touch of the images holds the attention of the viewer on a certain level of tension resembling somehow one of those unusual nightmares appearing from time to time. The ghostly look of the sunlight reflected in folds of plastic almost makes an illusion of a sound, inviting you inside the space of the photograph with a thrilling image of swathed bodies hanging in the air for some mysterious purpose, but definitely, not by an accident.

As a staunch defender of the environment, the author uses a spectacular manner of expressing the protest against the pollution of the natural landscapes through the broad use of non-recyclable plastic.

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