These Bjoern Ewers Orbital Photographs Spark Nostalgia

By: Marina Rotharmel - Published: Jul 8, 2012 • References: & thisiscolossal
These Bjoern Ewers photos appropriately titled 'Orbital' are inspired by childlike curiosity. The Berlin photographer has captured massive blown-up bubbles and turned them into astonishing objects of color.

Each photograph lures viewers; the diversity of color found in each capture makes each image immensely different. These soap bubbles juxtaposed with the black backdrop enhance the subtle tints of color. 

The shapes and forms of each bubble change along with the swirling patterns found within them. The bubbles, which resemble thermal heat patterns, stick with a space-like theme.

Everyone can appreciate these photos, whether they enjoy the space age images or reminisce about childhood, blowing bubbles in the backyard. These poignant and nostalgia-inspired photos are sure to please. Stats for Blown Bubble Captures Trending: Older & Average
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