In “Continents Collide in Color,” Duncan Rawlinson presents a series of bouquets that quietly defy the ordinary. By blending photography with artificial intelligence, he brings together flowers from opposite ends of the world into a single, serene image. These bouquets, composed of flora that would never meet outside of this digital greenhouse, are simple yet profound celebrations of nature’s diversity. Rawlinson’s work delicately suggests that the improbable can be made possible, offering a glimpse into a world where the only boundary is the edge of the imagination.

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