Hidden worlds

June 19, 2008

When I first saw Jason Tozer’s photographs, including this one used with his permission, I thought they were from a newly discovered solar system.

Tozer’s work is a stunning reminder that we think we see so much so clearly but actually see little. Hidden worlds abound at our fingertips, their existence beyond our grasp.

I’ll never think of my little boy‘s bubbles from a bottle the same again as they waft past on a warm breeze, Jupiters and ringless Saturns adrift.

You can learn more about how Tozer shot his images here.