From the project page:
"Originally reserved for religious activities, these structures are now some of the greatest tourist attractions in the world. These timelapse-loop videos meld the experience of tourism at Angkor into surreal, kaleidoscopic images and sequences inspired by Theravada Buddhist mandalas, in which the frenetic activity of backpack-toting tourists passes like the shadows of ever moving clouds over the weathered, ancient stones."
This project, injecting colors into a ferrofluid, is riotously gorgeous. Ferrofluid is a liquid containing ferromagnetic particles that, when placed in a magnetic field becomes strongly magnetized.
Watch the making of video below and then check out the rest of the gorgeous set.
And now here are some beautiful shots he took with a super telephoto lens high above São Paulo's Carnival this year.
His entire body of work is really quite impressive, and I am always waiting for his new shots. See all of his work »
He has some great aerial shots of the World Cup stadiums we are going to feature on our FIFA World Cup section as we get closer to the start of the tournament, so keep an eye out for those.