We went swimming

'Miami Houses' -  vibrant and colorful series by French photographer Léo Caillard who captures these beautiful lifeguard stands sprinkled along Miami Beach. Words from the photographer:      "Referencing the work of the Becher, of Düsseldorfschool of visual art of the 70’s. Through repetition of a strict formal composition, the initila understanding of the function of the subject gradually fades as an analysis of the form of the subject. The repetition creates an inevitable comparison between images, thus informing the viewer as to the multiplicity of differences." 'Miami Houses' -  vibrant and colorful series by French photographer Léo Caillard who captures these beautiful lifeguard stands sprinkled along Miami Beach. Words from the photographer:      "Referencing the work of the Becher, of Düsseldorfschool of visual art of the 70’s. Through repetition of a strict formal composition, the initila understanding of the function of the subject gradually fades as an analysis of the form of the subject. The repetition creates an inevitable comparison between images, thus informing the viewer as to the multiplicity of differences." 'Miami Houses' -  vibrant and colorful series by French photographer Léo Caillard who captures these beautiful lifeguard stands sprinkled along Miami Beach. Words from the photographer:      "Referencing the work of the Becher, of Düsseldorfschool of visual art of the 70’s. Through repetition of a strict formal composition, the initila understanding of the function of the subject gradually fades as an analysis of the form of the subject. The repetition creates an inevitable comparison between images, thus informing the viewer as to the multiplicity of differences." 'Miami Houses' -  vibrant and colorful series by French photographer Léo Caillard who captures these beautiful lifeguard stands sprinkled along Miami Beach. Words from the photographer:      "Referencing the work of the Becher, of Düsseldorfschool of visual art of the 70’s. Through repetition of a strict formal composition, the initila understanding of the function of the subject gradually fades as an analysis of the form of the subject. The repetition creates an inevitable comparison between images, thus informing the viewer as to the multiplicity of differences." 'Miami Houses' -  vibrant and colorful series by French photographer Léo Caillard who captures these beautiful lifeguard stands sprinkled along Miami Beach. Words from the photographer:      "Referencing the work of the Becher, of Düsseldorfschool of visual art of the 70’s. Through repetition of a strict formal composition, the initila understanding of the function of the subject gradually fades as an analysis of the form of the subject. The repetition creates an inevitable comparison between images, thus informing the viewer as to the multiplicity of differences." 'Miami Houses' -  vibrant and colorful series by French photographer Léo Caillard who captures these beautiful lifeguard stands sprinkled along Miami Beach. Words from the photographer:      "Referencing the work of the Becher, of Düsseldorfschool of visual art of the 70’s. Through repetition of a strict formal composition, the initila understanding of the function of the subject gradually fades as an analysis of the form of the subject. The repetition creates an inevitable comparison between images, thus informing the viewer as to the multiplicity of differences." 'Miami Houses' -  vibrant and colorful series by French photographer Léo Caillard who captures these beautiful lifeguard stands sprinkled along Miami Beach. Words from the photographer:      "Referencing the work of the Becher, of Düsseldorfschool of visual art of the 70’s. Through repetition of a strict formal composition, the initila understanding of the function of the subject gradually fades as an analysis of the form of the subject. The repetition creates an inevitable comparison between images, thus informing the viewer as to the multiplicity of differences."-6 'Miami Houses' -  vibrant and colorful series by French photographer Léo Caillard who captures these beautiful lifeguard stands sprinkled along Miami Beach. Words from the photographer:      "Referencing the work of the Becher, of Düsseldorfschool of visual art of the 70’s. Through repetition of a strict formal composition, the initila understanding of the function of the subject gradually fades as an analysis of the form of the subject. The repetition creates an inevitable comparison between images, thus informing the viewer as to the multiplicity of differences."-5 'Miami Houses' -  vibrant and colorful series by French photographer Léo Caillard who captures these beautiful lifeguard stands sprinkled along Miami Beach. Words from the photographer:      "Referencing the work of the Becher, of Düsseldorfschool of visual art of the 70’s. Through repetition of a strict formal composition, the initila understanding of the function of the subject gradually fades as an analysis of the form of the subject. The repetition creates an inevitable comparison between images, thus informing the viewer as to the multiplicity of differences." 'Miami Houses' -  vibrant and colorful series by French photographer Léo Caillard who captures these beautiful lifeguard stands sprinkled along Miami Beach. Words from the photographer:      "Referencing the work of the Becher, of Düsseldorfschool of visual art of the 70’s. Through repetition of a strict formal composition, the initila understanding of the function of the subject gradually fades as an analysis of the form of the subject. The repetition creates an inevitable comparison between images, thus informing the viewer as to the multiplicity of differences." 'Miami Houses' -  vibrant and colorful series by French photographer Léo Caillard who captures these beautiful lifeguard stands sprinkled along Miami Beach. Words from the photographer:      "Referencing the work of the Becher, of Düsseldorfschool of visual art of the 70’s. Through repetition of a strict formal composition, the initila understanding of the function of the subject gradually fades as an analysis of the form of the subject. The repetition creates an inevitable comparison between images, thus informing the viewer as to the multiplicity of differences." 'Miami Houses' -  vibrant and colorful series by French photographer Léo Caillard who captures these beautiful lifeguard stands sprinkled along Miami Beach. Words from the photographer:      "Referencing the work of the Becher, of Düsseldorfschool of visual art of the 70’s. Through repetition of a strict formal composition, the initila understanding of the function of the subject gradually fades as an analysis of the form of the subject. The repetition creates an inevitable comparison between images, thus informing the viewer as to the multiplicity of differences."

‘Miami Houses’ –  vibrant and colorful series by French photographer Léo Caillard who captures these beautiful lifeguard stands sprinkled along Miami Beach. Words from the photographer:

“Referencing the work of the Becher, of Düsseldorfschool of visual art of the 70’s. Through repetition of a strict formal composition, the initila understanding of the function of the subject gradually fades as an analysis of the form of the subject. The repetition creates an inevitable comparison between images, thus informing the viewer as to the multiplicity of differences.”

 

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