Alexander Semenov Places Jellyfish into the Sky in This Series

By: Paul Maccarone - Published: Jul 11, 2013 • References: designtaxi
Alexander Semenov is at it again with his incredibly expansive imagination. Already one to play around with the mystical images of jellyfishes, this time he takes his work to a whole new level: the endless sky.

One of the best things about photography these days is the endless amount of imagination that seems to pour forth from it. Combine that with the ever-evolving skills of photographers, and you get works like these jellyfish captures from Alexander Semenov. The ability to transpose jellyfish into the sky creates an eerily surreal effect that is akin to that of some sort of free-flowing extraterrestrial. The blending is expertly done, and if not for the knowledge that jellyfish in fact live in the sea, one would seriously start to question just where these flying jellyfish have come from. I can't wait to see more brilliant work from Alexander Semenov. Stats for Juxtaposed Jellyfish Photography Trending: Older & Chilly
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