Sand Dunes: born of the storm

Against stretching sands and skies thick with clouds, and photographed from upward angles that visually exaggerate, Akiss Paraskevopoulos‘ models look like Titan deities. The simple styling only serves to add to the Homeric drama of the photos, with lightweight pieces that catch the wind but never detract from the two models – Adhiel Tulba and Rhianna Porter – as the main focus.

Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes
Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes
Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes
Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes
Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes
Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes
Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes
Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes
Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes
Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes
Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes
Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes
Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes
Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes
Adhiel Tulba & Rhianna Porter in Sand Dunes

Click on the thumbnails for the full Sand Dunes shoot by Akiss Paraskevopoulos. And if you want to keep up with Akiss’ work head over and follow him on Facebook.

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