Creative Photographs of a Person Playing with the Moon

Self-taught, Albanian photographer Adrian Limani has created a playful series of photographs depicting a person playing with the full moon. Using his younger brother as a model, the photographer captures the young man leaping and posing in front of the moon, creating images that show a silhouetted figure holding the moon, leaning against it, and even playing basketball with the luminous sphere.

Although simple in execution, the concept behind this photo series shows a playful and creative spirit. Limani explains, “I live in a place that you can't do much so I try to cross the border with my imaginative world.” Without using elaborate props or equipment, the photographer relies on his own artistic vision to create interactive and imaginative scenes.











Adrian Limani Website
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