Turkana Woman, #Kenya, 2013 #Tribal #photography taken in 2010 by #belgian photographer #BenoîtFéron. Benoît's photographic work concentrates on primitive tribes (including close-ups on human skin, traditional body paintings, scarifications, jewels, clothes or glances and portraits), wildlife and abstract nature (where he likes to catch the abstraction of the earth, the flora, the stones, the ice, the water, in far remote landscapes or through close-ups or macrophotography).
I love this one. Arthur Tress is a notable American photographer born on November 24, 1940 in Brooklyn, New York. He is well known for his staged surrealism and exposition of the human body. First photograph at age 12. Arthur Tress’ first subjects were circus freaks and dilapidated buildings around Coney Island where he grew up.
“The surreal aspect of an isolated lover’s eye attracts me tremendously―the idea of physical dismemberment which is symbolic of a removal or estrangement of a loved one,” she added. “For anyone who’s ever been in love or had a crush on someone, the photograph of the beloved is treasured. It reminds me of the Mexican ‘milagros’―little charms of different body parts used to aid in praying for the healing of broken arms or hearts, or even eyes.