Adrian Limani takes full advantage of the natural lighting and the different positions of the moon to snap some playful pictures with nothing but his camera and his brother. The 22-year-old self-taught photographer started taking pictures with a digital camera five years ago and bought a DSLR 2 years after. As his photos show, he gravitates towards Fine Art and Conceptual Photography because of the fusion between reality and imaginary and according to him, “I live in a place that you can’t do much so I try to cross the border with my imaginative world,and I’ve achieved it.” The melding of both worlds can clearly be seen in the optical illusions as he uses the moon to mimic the ball in the sports he loves to play. The series may look like cliched photos people often take with far objects but it is arguably more than that. The raw silhouettes, the simplicity of the setting, the ambient lighting, and the ethereal presence of the moon all make for some spectacular images.