We’ve previously covered David Burdeny’s interiors and we can’t help but feature this series as well – These colorful aerial shots are amazing for the imagination and remind us of a natural vs man-made take on Piet Mondrian‘s later work! From David Burdeny:
Captured in Western Australia, Utah’s Great Salt Lake and the Mojave Desert, this series of salt pans and dry lake beds investigates the hybridized result of human-made structures and organic forces.
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