Russian photographer Anton Belovodchenko creates natural forms from nude female figures. Artfully shot, the suggestive photos look like sculptures of dancers or yogis, contorted in way that sometimes masks the human form.

A bodyscape, traditionally, is an artistic style where closeup photographs of the human form convey the impression of landscape. While Belovodchenko does have some experience photographing nature, this series reminds us more of Yakovlev’s work.

What do you think of the series? Are these bodyscapes, or something else altogether?

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