Mark Miller Captures the Faces of Suspended People

By: Brian G Randles - Published: Oct 15, 2009   Updated: Jul 19 2011 • References: darkigloo &
Mark Miller has decided to flip the world on its head. Featuring portraits of regular people that are hanging upside down, the gallery 'Suspended Comfort' from Mark Miller captures people as if they were sleeping with bats.

Not sure of the motivation behind this photographic endeavor, but I am definitely loving the blood-rushed faces of all of his subjects. Check out more work from Mark Miller by following the links below.

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