Mysteriously Floating Through Space (8 photos)

Inspired by the style of Pre-Raphaelite paintings, photographer Toby Burrows created this beautiful series called Fallen. An ethereal body is seen floating through space and you’re left wondering if it’s by her own volition or if a mysterious hand is pulling her in every which way.

The Fallen series explores both tragedy and celebration through form,” Burrows says. “We cast a talented dancer to create expressions through shape. We shot the series in the Southern Highlands (New South Wales, Australia). I had spent some time in that particular area prior to the shoot. There is something in that landscape that has a surreal quality and I wanted to bring that into this project.”








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