What do we know about the photographer who took this arresting set of art-nudes featuring the ultimate body muse, Taryn Andreatta? Nothing at all, except that said photographer is male, and that he crouched in the desert sands of some anonymous locale, camera in hand, seeking out the best angles between sunrays and dunes and model. The fact that the photographer and location remain a secret only add to the allure of the shoot.

And Taryn herself wows yet again. Her beauty is in more than her body: it’s in how she carries it. In her balletic poses she’s not an object of sex, but an object of art. She infuses herself into her surroundings. Her curves are the dunes, her hair the grasses, her skin the sands.

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Taryn In The Sand (NSFW)
Taryn In The Sand (NSFW)

Shot on polaroid, adding a rawness to the images and a grainy romance to the colours of sky and sand, this anonymously-shot photoseries is one worth perusing. Check it out at the gallery.

For more of Taryn’s work visit her website.

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