I don’t know about you, but I haven’t viewed flower photos for a while now simply because I’ve had my fill. As flowers are typically counted among the most favored subjects, you get to see them daily in hundreds with the same angle of view, composition or bokeh – so the ambitious flower photographer needs to come up with something special to impress viewers or prevent them from moving on. Such a flower photographer, lately promoting the genre with his frozen flowers, is Mo Devlin. The effect (I mean the longish air bubbles) he accidentally discovered and ever since craftily uses, transforms any ever so common flower into something new, a piece of art.
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