Light Rorschach by Nicholas Rivals

Light Rorschach by Nicholas Rivals
Light Rorschach by Nicholas Rivals

French photographer Nicolas Rivals’ photography skirt the line between whimsy and surreal.  You can see more of his work on his HERE, on his Facebook Page HERE, and on his website HERE.  He says of his series Light Rorschach:

What is in the picture? A work of Light Painting where pure chance determines each individual’s interpretation of what is in the frame. The aesthetic of the molten metal associated with the symmetry of the water reflections leads the viewer to question the reality of the image, even though here it really is photography.  via

 

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