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Floating objects: zero gravity photos by Cerise Doucede

We’ve all wished to be weightless at some point. We’ve longed to live in a space hotel, eating floating breakfast foods and playing zero gravity baseball. Thanks to French photographer Cerise Doucede, we can now see what life on earth would look like in a zero gravity atmosphere. Each image in the series is full of interesting details and curious narrative. I love the photo of the old grandfather trying to work on his model cars while they float all around him in a cloud. Very clever.

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