Photos by Ben Mauze. La Paz, Bolivia.
As cliché as the term dream-like may be, I can’t think of a more appropriate adjective to describe this beautiful work.
Third shot is absolutely amazing
Love the first one.
This blog is full of paintings that look like photos and photos that look like paintings. I love it. That first one there is beautiful.
Very amazing work. So many different emotions captured in these shots.
Magnificent. The longing in the first one, its killing me. And the last is so eerie, beautiful!
ill put my hand up for the second one. its like the last two people on earth have decided to break up and share a last embrace
it’s always a little frustrating when booooooom posts art a little too awesome for words.
These are awesome. Can we offer you an artist’s residency in New Mexico?
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