Just like a painter, the photographer Kelly McCollam paints natural landscapes, often using masterpieces like the works of Van Gogh as inspiration, while using coloured salts and spices as her materials, which she then captures in startling photographs.
In her photographic series, Salt of the Earth and Spice of Life, she recreates natural scenes fraught with rare beauty, enriched with details and colours, imparting an unexpected texture. These shots beg to be admired.
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