Behold, an aqueous set of photographs taken and produced by a really radically talented picture taker by the name of Mark Mawson. They’re so aqueous in fact, that they’re nearly all fully submerged. There’s several groups, some of them with a single photo, some of them with several. Discover the beautiful quality inherent in each captured bit of light floating in space, and the color, oh my goodness the color. What a masterful selection of elements.
Below, in order, you will see the following.
First, there is the “Underwater Pinups” set. This is a set of three. If I’m not mistaken, the model goes by the name India Rose. Second, there’s a set of 4 images that go by the name “Underwater Dance.” Then there’s a single image called “Dance with Fish.” After that, there’s another set of four called “Verity.” Finally, there’s a set of two with the model Ingrid by the name “Drowning.”
This reminds me of the underwater adventures of James Cooper. There’s spraypaint in them there water holes. That’s more rough though. The stuff you see above and below, that’s smooth. Weightless and drifting, deep in the water.
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