Immersed – Photography by Annabelle Gaspar

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Annabelle Gaspar is a photographer who lives and works in Sydney. One of Gaspar’s skills as a photographer is her ability to use the underwater setting to intensify the drama within every image. Movement becomes dancelike and stillness becomes deafening. Mirrored surface reflections and fractured light shape the atmospheric qualities of the photographs and direct the viewer towards an emotive and personal reading of the works.
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10 Responses to Immersed – Photography by Annabelle Gaspar

  1. vivekav321 says:

    the effect is just staggering !!

  2. Nice eery quality about these!

  3. mikew66 says:

    wow, just amazing

  4. cjoy1223 says:

    This inspires awe– simply breathtaking.

  5. Beautiful and silent…solitary.

  6. clinock says:

    dreams of light…

  7. Love the drama of the top image…

  8. anette says:

    Wow … powerful images! Fantastic work – thanks for sharing!

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