“Presence of Absence”, by Matt Lee.
The concept is so overwhelming and the execution perfect. This big black nothing floating in… great!
I love it too, the impending darkness. It seems to big to be able to hide from.
Question: What city’s rooftops are these photo’s showing?
LOL this is humourus and cool.
This is pretty funny. Reminds me a lot of ‘the black hole’ video. Great and neat work!
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Thanks for posting! To answer Christina, these photos were taken in and around an apartment complex, where I stay in Bangalore.
Thanks for posting! In reply to Christina, these were taken in and around an apartment complex in Bangalore.
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