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Jakob Wagner Offers an Incredibly Different Perspective on Clouds

 - Jul 15, 2013
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Jakob Wagner's incredible cloud photography will have viewers scratching their heads; for this photography presents clouds not as bundles of precipitation in the sky, but as a watery sea. The aptly named 'Sea of Clouds' series offers viewers a radically different perspective of clouds, since very few people are able to sea clouds in as unruffled and calm an environment as Wagner.

Each of these photos looks almost uncannily like the Mediterranean Sea, over top of which these clouds were captured. However, the watery quality of the clouds, combined with their occupying a large area of above-sea air, leads to their looking like a beautifully calm sea.

Wagner has managed to capture nature at its most organic, showing a part of the world that everyone might overlook. His stellar photography skills, along with his eye for picking locations, have led to several stunning photo series, of 'Sea of Clouds,' with its relaxing and reverent attitude, is one of his best.