In 'Pause,' a collection of images from Ozant Kamaci, the Toronto-based photographer captures individual planes as they fly behind trees. Mining the fertile ground between reality and illusion, the pictures take the viewer to unexpected places. There are both color and black-and-white collections in the series. Both are great.
In Kamaci's own words, the photos depict "the juxtaposition of powerful machines which are symbols of advancement and technology against nature which is widely accepted as precious and untouched." True that.
(via It's Nice That)