Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Seascapes

Sugimoto’s photographs of the horizon lines of bodies of water around the world are one of his many ongoing series. He places the horizon line at the exact middle of every exposure, creating obvious unity in the works. The number of photographs in the series adds to the abstraction factor present in the divide (or lack of, via fog) between the air and the water. I find completeness in the lack of human interference and a meditative quality in the detail of the waves. 

Posted on Tuesday, May 13th at 09:41PM with 14 notes

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