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Take A Look At These Surreal Gravity Defying Images

Photographer Tomas Januska has produced a wonderful photo series of people appearing to defy gravity.

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Tomas Januska has recently released his latest photo project, 'Gravity'.

The project shows a diverse array of people jumping and floating in mid air and Tomas says he was driven my curiosity to capture the instantaneous state of weightlessness which lasts only a moment. 

"I was curious to try and capture a person jumping because whatever you would have planned, whatever the outcome you would have expected, you are simply surprised by the final product. The jumping people become strangely similar to each other because they are surviving the same real emotions as if they have returned from their childhood. On the other hand, they are completely different because in each and every one that emotion appears naturally and live, at the same time differently and in different ways. It's like a movement in a moment or a moment in a movement? You can decide…," he enthuses. 


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© Tomas Januska




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