Kite from above

I am inspired by these kite dangling shots by french photographer Nicolas Chorier. He puts a camera on a kite to get such a glorious perspectives. via serif.







8 comments:

Whatever Dee-Dee wants said...

Those pictures are great!

Chelsea said...

Very cool.

grace said...

MMm muy bonita!

Abbey said...

these are delicious! thanks, Abbey

Rachel said...

ooh! love the pics. i just did a project about indian art and did the presentation today, so it is so fantastic to see the indian temple (1st pic) and the taj majal!
i found out that the temple is in the shape of a lotus flower, a buddhist symbol for buddha, and the pools of water around them are reflecting the the lotus's natural state of growing out of water. Supposedly Buddha was birthed from a lotus flower. They're also a sin of purity, which is definately evident of this temple. absolutley gorgeous!!
it makes me so happy i stumbled on your blog today!!

Tara (two wishes) said...

Wow, that first photo (of the Baha'i House of Worship in India) is absolutely stunning! I've seen photos so many times but never would have known it looks so beautiful from above.... Thanks for sharing this great find!

cruststation said...

Beautiful images, great find!

Brittany said...

Wow. Not only is the result amazing but it is a very clever idea. :D

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