From the folks over at the Juxtapoz blog comes a little post about a project, “Flesh Love,” from Haruhiko Kawaguchi. Basically the photographer takes a couple objects of love, confines them in plastic wrap for no hope of escape, and then sucks all the air out, literally. That moment of time caught in a vacuum is captured and preserved with his camera, that brief moment when life is still. And then they’re cut free, free to breath back in the oxygen of life along with all its fluid, continuous monotony. But they’ll always have that moment. No matter what.