03.03.16 by Staff

Waves That Look Like Brushstrokes by Photographer Warren Keelan

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New South Wales-based photographer Warren Keelan captures waves that move like strokes of paint, producing images that look more like paintings than photographs. See more of Keelan’s work below!

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Warren Keelan’s Website

Warren Keelan on Facebook

Warren Keelan on Instagram

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