Photography is often a literal transposition of reality, but it can also blur boundaries.  Surface Tension takes something we are intimately familiar with and makes us question what we are seeing.  Many thanks to Alexis, Cleo, Jeremy, JJ, Jonelle and Victoria.

Photography is often a literal transposition of reality, but it can also blur boundaries.

Surface Tension takes something we are intimately familiar with and makes us question what we are seeing.

Many thanks to Alexis, Cleo, Jeremy, JJ, Jonelle and Victoria.

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 Photography is often a literal transposition of reality, but it can also blur boundaries.  Surface Tension takes something we are intimately familiar with and makes us question what we are seeing.  Many thanks to Alexis, Cleo, Jeremy, JJ, Jonelle and Victoria.
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Photography is often a literal transposition of reality, but it can also blur boundaries.

Surface Tension takes something we are intimately familiar with and makes us question what we are seeing.

Many thanks to Alexis, Cleo, Jeremy, JJ, Jonelle and Victoria.

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