These photographs were taken during a visit to the Serpentine Pavilion of 2011 in London, designed by renowned swiss architect Peter Zumthor. The pavilion consists of a planted garden by Dutch designer Piet Oudolf at the heart and is enclosed by a timber framed structure covered in gauze and painted over with a black adhesive. This photo series captures rain falling into the pavilion with the black walls as back drop. Using a slightly longer exposure time, the rain created these wonderfully dynamic and mysterious images exposing the energy and movement behind the falling water.


  • Category : Abstract
  • Date : September 2011
  • Location : London, UK

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