The beauty lies in the eye of the observer, this saying has been underlined on this site hundreds of times and it only proves that it’s 100% correct and true. In the gallery below, you can see beautiful images spotted and coughed at something very ordinary, that is in front of eyes of every one of us almost every day. But this young artist managed to turn it into something extraordinary.
Take your time to scroll down the gallery and enjoy the interesting photos of captured water in motion in various shapes. A Little hint – try to spot Super Mario. Also, check out what the author Yann Silba-Loebnitz said about his passion for Bored Panda.
“I’m in love with Easter Eggs that I can find in games, movies, etc. I was wondering if it was possible to find them hidden in real life,” says Yann Silba-Loebnitz from France.
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“I am Yann Silba-Loebnitz from France and I love capturing water in motion.”
“It all started during one event in my city when I began to observe the behavior of water.”
“The idea came to me instantly – I’m in love with Easter Eggs that I can find in games, movies, etc. I was wondering if it was possible to find them hidden in real life.”
“A few months later on my trip to the Caribbean, I decided to create a second image for the character Yoshi.”
“Finally, when coming back from the trip, I decided to make all subsequent images in a few weeks time as I was able to extract more characters from the water.”
“Today, I’m working on a tutorial that will show the methods I have developed to achieve these beautiful images.”
I honestly think this Super Mario water art is one of the most unique art pieces we showed on our site.