Thursday, July 23, 2015

Even if you've seen
Antarctica in person, you haven't experienced the icy tundra that Alex Cornell
has created. It's the same landscape, but the San Francisco-based filmmaker
has mirrored the scenes over each other in his "Upon Reflection" video to
create a parallel universe that's only translated in the land formations. All
of the people and animals stepping through the frame are left alone, making it
seem like the reflected landscape is just a perfectly formed product of
nature. Check it out: Upon Reflection - Antarctica from Alex
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Alex Cornell mirrored Antarctica's landscapes over each other to
create a new angle of Antarctica's icy tundra.

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