Death-Defying Photographs Showcase People Suspended In Motion
Prague-based English teacher Brad Hammonds’ photographs are all about how humanity experiences their most precious moments.
Called “Falling Through Space”, Hammonds’ photographs have him suspended just before he’s about to hit the floor, analogous to the idea that we never truly feel what we are experiencing until the moment has passed.
With such transience immortalized, the photographer urges us to think about how we perceive our experiences, perhaps suggesting that we should treasure them.
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[via My Modern Met]
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