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Photographer Re-Imagines Clouds as Magical Landscapes

Torino-based photographer Elio Pallard whimsically re-imagines clouds as a wide range of extraordinary scenery in his sequence named Playing with Clouds. The photographer provides new viewpoints with his controlled cloudscapes that convert the pure cotton ball-like puffs in the sky into magical hills, comfortable surf, and billowing blankets of snow.

By putting silhouettes of adventurous (usually out-of-place) numbers into each cloud image, Pallard makes brilliant moments that tap into his creativity. He uses the definition of clouds to duplicate other topographical designs in the world. The comfort of the sun's light also contributes a major quality to the innovative pictures, enabling the photographer to play with the idea of heat. Whether it's resembling the hot Saharan sand hills, where nomads and camels travel for age groups across, or the fantastic boost of a spaceship getting out of Earth's atmosphere.

Elio Pallard playing with clouds

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