The Danny Eastwood 'Liquids' photography series features some breathtaking underwater captures. In contrast to the bulk of aqueous artists who focus on surfing activity, wave captures and even storm snapshots, Eastwood has drawn attention to the simple beauty that lies within underwater bubbles. While many fail to pay attention to their own submerged breathing activity, this collection suggests that it is deserving of greater consideration.
The Liquids set tracks sunken air bubbles amid a pitch black backdrop. Location unknown, the blue-tinged white and full-bodied red images are highly captivating. Although a small-scale natural occurence, Eastwood's zooming in on the sunken phenomenon enlarges the interaction, providing a testament to the many intricacies that lay within the process. The angles displayed confirm that there is much more at play here than what we tend to believe.
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