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Aerial Images of Salterns That Blur the Line Between Photograph and Painting by David Burdeny

Aerial Images of Salterns That Blur the Line Between Photograph and Painting by David Burdeny

DAVID BURDENY : Photographs

Canadian travelling photographer David Burdeny creates epic shots, mostly aerial

Photographs of still bodies of water that look like Rothkos  David Burdeny Photography

Photographs of still bodies of water that look like Rothkos David Burdeny Photography

Aerial Images of Salterns That Blur the Line Between Photograph and Painting by David Burdeny

Aerial Images of Salterns That Blur the Line Between Photograph and Painting by David Burdeny

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Colour Aerial Photographs of salt evaporation ponds from the USA, Australia and Mexico by Photographer David Burdeny

Captured by Canadian photographer David Burdeny in 2007, this amazing photo of a tabular iceberg rising straight out of the Weddel Sea appears to organize the world into four neat quadrants. Titled…

A Towering Iceberg and Its Shadow Split the World into Quadrants

birdwings: Greenland Iceberg, an awarded photograph in a series of near-sculptural photographs of icebergs shot by David Burdeny This is insane.

Photographer David Burdney’s project, SALT: Fields, Plottings and Extracts, features aerial images he’s taken of salterns from Utah, Mexico and Australia. The vivid flats are startlingly — and surprisingly — gorgeous, with violet, turquoise, fuchsia, magenta, cherry and white blocks blending together naturally (though they definitely look man made). FacebookTwitterStumbleUponGoogle+TumblrPinterest

David Burdeny’s aerial photographs of salt flats are modern art, 100

Saltern Study Great Salt Lake, UT, 2015 - Photographer David Burdeny has been working on another large-scale photography project. Burdeny began the series SALT: Fields, Plottings and Extracts in using aerial photography to explore some of the wo

David Burdeny Photography Rice Terraces, 2 #williamssonoma

David Burdeny Photography Rice Terraces, 2

Selected in 2016 as International Nature Photographer of the Year for his series SALT, Burdeny translates his appreciation for the structure, detail…

Drift series | David Burdeny

Photographs of Motionless Bodies of Water Inspired by Rothko

David Burdeny, ‘Nets (vertical),  Ningde, Fujian, People's Republic of China,’, 2017

David Burdeny, ‘Nets (vertical), Ningde, Fujian, People's Republic of China,’, 2017

Aerial Images of Salterns That Blur the Line Between Photograph and Painting by David Burdeny

Aerial Images of Salterns That Blur the Line Between Photograph and Painting by David Burdeny

Pink Pools, Hut Lagoon, Western Australia, 2015 - Aerial Images of Salterns - David Burdeny

Aerial Images of Salterns That Blur the Line Between Photograph and Painting by David Burdeny | Colossal

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I can't get over the breathtaking range of color emitting from these otherwise prosaic salt flats and dry lake beds, captured so brilliantly by David Burdeny. The Canadian photographer spent years flying over salterns in Western Australia, Utah's Great Sa

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