0 Carlo Van De Roer Orbs

I am very excited to have just ordered these two prints by Carlo Van De Roer from 20x200. I absolutely love being in water, especially the ocean. I am a pisces after all (in every way possible), so it's pretty fitting.  So these prints really speak to me.  I absolutely love the artist's statement: 
The term “orb” is typically used to describe circular artifacts in photographs-artifacts which have been interpreted by some as spirits. Despite being debunked and explained (most commonly as backscatter from precipitation or dust), there’s a surprisingly widespread belief that orb photographs document the supernatural. There are organizations, conferences, hunts, field experts, detectors and websites dedicated to spiritualist orb photography.
This photographic search for something larger than ourselves was the starting point for this project. I photographed people in landscapes that are partly obscured by precipitation. The subjects are seen searching for or interacting with orbs, which are represented as dots covering parts of the scene.
Orb 5 (Long Island, New York) and Orb 3 (Blue Lagoon, Reykjavik, Iceland) by Carlo Van de Roer.

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