Using everyday objects like flashlights and cartons of milk, photographer Adam Ekberg creates surreal scenes that document frozen moments in time. His portfolio is packed full of breathtaking images that seem simple at first glance, but tell a larger story after a closer look.

Surreal Scenes Formed from Everyday Objects

via Junk Culture

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