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  • chellej J

    Katrin Korfmann: documented the colourful affair in her Kolorit series from an aerial perspective./ Celebrated by Hindus, the legendary Holi Festival takes place in India and Nepal during springtime.

  • Becca Brenes

    Go to the Hindu Color Festival. Aerial photo by German artist Katrin Korfmann.

  • Elaine

    I love the aerial photography of Katrin Korfmann and the striking way she highlights the beauty and chaos of people and places. What gorgeous colour madness she captures at Holi in India as thousands of people throw vibrant powder. Katrin layers several recordings of a place into one image so both time progression and the energy of a location can be felt.

  • Denise Keniston

    #color #palettes #design #interiordesign

  • Jad Farris

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