Bokeh Nebula

Jan 31, 2013 | A Day In The Life

There is something mystical and yet feral about bokeh photography it brings out the kid in me. The everyday mechanical world, driven by logic and laws of physics, turns into a world where the micro turns into the macro, an optical illusion is a tangible energy, and everything is beautifully possible fueled by naive imagination. When I was capturing these bokehs they reminded me of nebulas and stars–some of them even looked like a sun.

Only thing I needed was a cardboard rocket ship to fly into it. For a brief moment I wondered if this is how a higher-conscious being must of feel when looking into the universe, filled with delightful mysteries.

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