Flying-Houses-Laurent-Chehere I’m loving the “Flying Houses” series by French photographer Laurent Chehere. Inspired by the 19th and 20th arrondissement of Paris and more specifically the Belleville and Menilmontant neighborhoods, Chehere elevates architecture to a new level – literally. Elevating typical Parisians houses from the monotony of the congested streets to isolate them, becoming flying houses you can’t help but notice.
"There's one did laugh in's sleep, and one cried, 'Murder!', that they did wake each other, I stood, and heard them, but they did say their prayers and addressed them again to sleep" (2.2.24-28). In this scene, Macbeth is hallucinating from the paranoia that he will be caught killing Duncan. I chose this picture because, to me, it represented sleepwalking as well as had an air of detachment about it that reminded me of Macbeth's hallucinations.