Vanity Australian photographer took pictures of landscapes with a huge mirror in the solonchak

Photographer Murray Frederiks visited andphotographed the solonchaks of Lake Eyre, the lowest point of Australia. For his last project called "Vanity", he brought a mirror with him and captured abstract landscape photographs at dawn, at dusk and at night.

Murray Fredericks (Murray Fredericks) came toa place of shooting with a tent, camera, equipment and a mirror measuring 1200x1800mm. The photographer used it to distract the viewer from the background. The result was a creative combination of color, abstraction and minimalism.

"Mirror can be considered as a symbol of ourfixation on yourself - explains Fredericks. - In the Vanity series, instead of reflecting our own "superficial" vision, the mirror is positioned to take our view away from ourselves into the environment, prompting us to interact emotionally with light, color and space.

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