“A Journey Guided By The Elements:” Surrealistic Reality In Photographs By Benjamin Everett – Design You Trust

“A Journey Guided By The Elements:” Surrealistic Reality In Photographs By Benjamin Everett

Fascinated by the subtle line between perception and reality Benjamin Everett is neither realistic nor surreal, but he wants to show the connection between the physical and the spiritual through nature. Most of these photos show us the immensity and strength that nature releases, an effect accentuated largely by a human presence.

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