half awake and half asleep in the water by Asako Narahashi.
it’s look like flooding
wow, new idea!
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these are so interesting.
i feel like i’m doggy paddling just looking at them.
Really innovative I must say. Great stuff!
It stirs up new emotions in me.
Very impressive and slightly scary. I love them.
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incredible, i love this,
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Great pics, great effect. I like it. Very good.
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I’m always moved by elements of water and art produced with it! I think Asako Narahashi would love my series of Underwater Nude Rock Quarry shots in a series entitled “OmniPhantmic”! Thanks to mother earth for the water we can still swim in!
For newest underwater work:
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