These Stress-Inducing Photos Set Seconds Before Disaster Will Make You Anxious

Director Kyle Bean and photographer Aaron Tilley have produced a series of images that evoke a heightened feeling of apprehension just by looking at them.

Following the imagery is Jordan Kushin’s text on anticipation and adrenaline in which Tilly and Bean photograph moments before “misfortune.”

“Whether we’re readying ourselves for the start of an event or just imagining ourselves partaking in it, the buzz of nervous anticipation is sometimes as satisfying as the reward at the end,” says Kushins. “

Often just the thought of what if? can be as potent as the act itself, and the thrill of the chase may occasionally be more powerful than the real deal.”







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