Every now and then I found myself staring a picture, letting myself hypnotized by its beauty. Whenever that happens, I’m sharing my thoughts and feelings with you.
Claudia Rogge’s photographic work with the masses is impressive. Because it’s an entire scenography and symmetry in every image, something regular and yet so chaotic. I hope you remember that beautiful underwater photography I came with not long back. Well, this is another perfect example of artistic technique equally charming for the eye and the soul. Even if I see each picture as a metaphor, I can’t get over the pure aesthetic pleasure of watching the images over and over again. How do you find Claudia Rogge’s work? (don’t miss the rest of the pictures, after the jump!) (via)
Interesting photos. They bring to mind the opening ceremonies of the previous Summer Olympics in Bejiing. Also there is a touch of Cirque de Soleil about them to me.
Beautiful and interesting photos indeed. They also make me think of the work of Escher in a way and a modern ballet I once saw which was almost like mathematics in dance.
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