American photographer, Neil Craver, begun my path as an abstract painter and figurative sculptor. His motivation grew from his interest of psychophysical effects of chroma. He believes that photography holds all the intrinsic values of all the other arts, but differers in the fact the it’s the foundation of existence. His creations are the exploration of his inner facilities seeking the contemporary knowledge expressing “original thoughts”. Neil Craver says: “Nothing can exist without the photon, and every aspect is controlled by it’s usage”. This time, he has made the effort to venture into such uncharted territories and he’s brought his camera with him; documenting the lovely nymphettes who wallow there. A strange but beautiful study of the human form under the influence of H2O.

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