This Is How The Water In The Dead Sea Will Affect Your Dress
Now the world is an open canvas for every possible artist alive. Nothing in this world can be more experimental than our nature itself. This man decided to use a part of our nature.
He decided to submerge a black gown in the Dead Sea for the eighth part of his "Salt Bride" Photography series.
#4 Eighth Part
Now this black gown will be the eighth part of his photography collection. He started this thing back in 2009 and Barbed Wire was the first thing he made out of a wedding dress.
How do you think will a wedding dress look if submerged in the dead sea for months?
Keep reading ahead to know that.
#3 3 Months
Note that the gown was kept in the depths of Dead Sea for 3 months. Now 3 months is a long long time for anything to be inside the dead sea.
The photographer and his team were eagerly waiting for the result. This gown that was submerged in the water turned into something completely different and very beautiful.
#2 The Result
The black gown in fact turned into a tantalizing dress, as if the fabric was made of crystals. Out of all the expected results, this surely wasn't a part of anyone's list.
Isn't this pretty? The other parts of this project are equally beautiful.
#1 Other Things
The project also includes, beauties like Violin, Flag, fishing net, Noose etc along with this dress and a barbed wire. Now this is brilliant, isn't it?
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