Point Of No Return By Michelia Kramer

Time seems to move in slow motion during events of high peril, whether it is an illusion of memory or a genuine function of increased time remains unclear. The series ‘Point Of No Return’ by Michelia Kramer capture the moments before a catastrophe, resulting in nanosecond like perception. Closely cropped, designed, and frozen in time, the photographs force a perspective of hyperawareness of time and space. The consideration of color and composition provide a somewhat otherworldly and surreal trigger so as to manifest the personal sensation that one experiences in these heightened emotional or frightened states.

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