When sitting or lying at the park, did you happen to stare blankly at the sky and relax? If you did, you’ve probably seen clouds gently drifting; our imaginations playfully imagine them based on their shapes and forms. But today, we’re going to see a photographer who cleverly plays with clouds with his own style.
Elio Pallard is a Torino-based photographer who creates a series of photography he calls Playing with Clouds. The series depicts clouds as different forms like mountains, carpets and more. By manipulating his clever cloudscapes, he is able to create forms that replicate landscapes and adds figures to emphasize the scene. Scroll down and check out some of Pallard’s impressive works. Come, take a peek, and enjoy.
Fumetto – puff
L’occhio di Sauron
Check out Elio Pallard on his Flickr. You can share what you think on his works by leaving a comment below.
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