➰ Free from clutching at themselves, the hands can handle; free from looking after themselves, the eyes can see; free from trying to understand itself, thought can think. In such feeling, seeing, and thinking life requires no future to complete itself nor explanation to justify itself ~Alan Watts

GHOST - These hand Multiple Exposures are so simple , but when they're in black and white they're so beautiful. I thought this would be an incredible way to capture art via movement.

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I love this series. The style of dance isn't exactly what I was looking for but her movements and the movement of the flour is. I would use color for the flour instead to liven it up and make it more festive for a music festival. This is awesome.

Lost in movement. by Moeys Photography, via Flickr

In this image, the blur of people moving around in the crowd makes it look interesting, but it is also focusing on particular people who are standing, walking, moving in what looks like a busy area. A slow shutter speed is used in this image.

blurred motion

BLACK&WHITE IN COLOR #04

the dynamic photos shows the movement of many ballerinas as you can see we're they moved because the affect of the blur

This also is an obvious image of a movement because this cup of milk is falling and the milk is spilling everywhere.

Milk Captured in Time

Coffee Time is a collection of of anti-gravity photos taken by professional photographer Egor N. The gravity-defying photographs, taken using a high speed camera, capture the splashes and swirls of milk, sugar cubes, and cream.

"Smiling always with a never fading serenity of countenance, and flourishing in an immortal youth." - Isaac Barrow

What Is Your Sixth Sense?

It's an amazing image of a girl in motion, the colour theme is very bright and striking. [Documenting in Colour] [Multiple Images]

I like this picture of movement because the subject is still focused and the water adds complexity to the picture

This picture was taken with an incredibly fast shutter speed so that it could quickly capture the flying water droplets. The reflection adds so much more of an interesting view to this picture; because it's as if you're seeing it double.

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