We often think of bodies as opposed to landscapes.  The figure belongs to the portrait and natural scenery to the landscape – bodies inhabit the landscape.  For Carl Warner‘s series of photographs, though, the bodies make the landscape.  Twisting torsos, bent limbs, crevices, and folds are given finer than the typical attention.  Layering of bodies and parts with such focus on detail create landscape like images.  Mountains, caverns, and valleys seem to rise out of the figures and become a land of skin.  [via]

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