Damienne Bingham's 'Colour of Life' is Up Close

By: Jordy E  - Published: Aug 15, 2012 • References: greeneyedharpy.deviantart & mymodernmet
The Australian-based artist Damienne Bingham has captured the best of natural simplicity in her 'Colour of Life' collection. While an array of photographers choose to jazz up already busy images, Bingham has stuck to the basics by focusing her camera upon a series of small water droplets.

Colour of Life makes use of a macro lens technology that zooms in on specific areas. The rounded beads are honed in on here as they hang from blue, red and exotic orange flowers. And while certain angles of these flowers remain in plain view, they have for the most part been expertly obscured by Bingham. The blurry yet sharp snapshots provide a mesmerizing contrast, a theme that has characterized much of the of her work on her 'GreenEyedHarpy' site. Stats for Intense Water Droplet Images Trending: Older & Chilly
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