Incredible Photos of Gale-Force Winds Directly to the Face

Fun fact of the day: the term “gale-force” refers to winds scoring betwen 8 and 10 on the Beaufort windspeed scale, or about 40-65 miles an hour. That’s tree-uprooting strength.

Lithuanian photographer Tadao Cern has gathered more than one hundred individuals, blown these gale-force winds in their faces, and snapped a still photo of their visages going all wacky.

And it’s awesome.  

 

You can see all one hundred portraits on the projects Facebook page (via Colossal and Behance)