Sydney based photographer, Andrew Goldie, spent two years using coastal locations from Watsons Bay to Botany Bay in Sydney’s east to create this stunning series. “I was inspired by the transmission of our energies in and out of this world and the many unanswered questions surrounding such phenomena”, states Goldie. Visually creating these pure and almost supernatural moments, the photographer often uses a recurring motif of a white floating sheet.
Following the surreal movement of this sometimes powerful, sometimes delicate floating form gracefully dancing through the landscape, Goldie assigns the imagery to that of the brief journey of a life energy morphing from one form to another. Goldie loves contemplating on the moments when, while everybody is tucked up in bed the incredible machinations of the universe continue to happen all around – unnoticed, unwitnessed, unseen, uninterrupted.
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