Photographer Joel Robinson injects his works with elements of fantasy that create a dream-like world. Robinson is known for his surreal photography style. He plays around with shapes and sizes, and makes everyday life seem magical. This particular series focuses a lot on skylines.
The majority of these shots have been taken in an open field, and include surreal floating objects. One particularly whimsical shot features a man laying in a field, with an up-stretched arm. He’s reaching up with a tea cup. The skyline in this shot is filled with low-flying balloons, which appear to have tea pots and cups tied to them. Other shots contain cameras falling from the sky, and butterflies emerging from an unusually large jar.
Joel Robinson makes the world seem like a place where anything is possible in this stunning photography series.
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