ORB blimey . . . what a shot.
A rookie photographer uses the setting sun to create stunning silhouette montages.
Krutik Bharat Thakur, 19, borrowed a camera and roped in friends and family as models for the series on a beach.
In one, the sun becomes a football and in another it’s a light for a lantern.
Krutik, from Dahanu in Maharashtra, India, also captures it as an ice-cream, flower and cricket ball.
He said: “Sunset has always attracted me.
"I wished to own a device where I can capture it but had no idea how.
“My elder sister gave me her brother-in-law’s DSLR camera to use for a few days.
"During the evening time, I used to go to the beach alone and practice and experiment.”
Looks like his practice is paying off.
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