Video: The footage is dizzying as hell but it's also really enjoyable because you get to see pottery from a perspective that's typically unseen — from the point of view of the potter's wheel. The world is spinning into chaos but the clay is dead centre and in focus. You can see it being shaped and transformed into a ceramic vase.
A Unique View Of A Potter's Wheel Shaping Clay
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