Set against stark backdrops of black and white, the brightly colored flying liquid portrayed in Henrik Sorensen’s ‘Liquid’ series are capture elegantly leaping through mid-air.
Playing with colors and patterns, some of the photographs are perfectly balanced with a harmonious sense of motion as the liquid organically creates random fluid formations. Other images feature carefully arranged designs, such as the perfectly placed heart, that require immense patience and persistence on part of the photographer. There is something magically wonderful and inspiring about seeing how the paint and colored liquids splash around and mingle with other colors off of the canvas and outside of their usual confines.
Contorting in the air, the flying liquid photographed by Henrik Sorensen seems to be dancing around, relishing the freedom of soaring weightlessly through the atmosphere.
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