'Landscapes' by Natalia Hoyos Turns Fabric into an Eerie World of Its Own

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Feb 6, 2010   Updated: Jun 20 2011 • References: picnicstudios &
'Landscapes' by Natalia Hoyos is a photo shoot that turns tulle into an eerie, ghostly world. The way tulle is manipulated into undulating diaphanous forms reminds me of the way jellyfish move in their watery world.

This shoot proves that it doesn't take much detail to make a beautiful photo set--just a talented photographer. See more of 'Landscapes' by Natalia Hoyos above, and keep clicking for similar features.

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