Utilizing the powers of technology and the beautiful phenomena that occurs naturally within bodies of water, photographer Moses Hacmon shares his wonder portraits in a series entitled 'Faces of Water.'
Full of swirling and bubbling movement, the underwater photography series portrays the projections of various objects through a still pool of water, capturing the momentum and drag of each differently shaped projectile as it shoots through the clear liquid.
Contorting itself into various figures around each item, the water appears to be making faces at the camera, giving viewers a peak at the personalized characteristics of this substance. After 11 years of studying the matter, Moses Hacmon has finally perfected the delicate art and science of photographing the 'Faces of Water.'
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