Saturday, June 13, 2009

Damion Berger, In the Deep End

NPR Picture Show (which is a fantastic photography blog, BTW), had a post on Damion Berger's photography, highlighting his participation in an exhibit at Bonni Berubi Gallery in NYC. From the blog post:
Remember those hot summer days at the pool, when your idea of fun was to see who could hold their breath the longest underwater? Photographer Damion Berger certainly does -- and that's because for him, those days were rather recent. By submerging his camera, holding his breath as long as he possibly could, and stealthily swimming around public Mediterranean pools, Berger produced this whimsical series called In The Deep End.

They have a great selection of his images on their blog; this is my favorite of the group:

photo by Damion Berger

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