Based in the desert landscape of Granada, Spain, photographer Ginebra Siddal captures a wild and alien side of the feminine experience.
Ginebra's ladies appear to be fallen astronauts from another galaxy. Mixing glitter, water, and glass helmets, the angels stare into space, likely dreaming of their home planets.
"Perhaps we ourselves are the species in danger of extinction," Ginebra writes, "when faced with the question of preservation or destruction, we inherently lean towards the second over the first, because we are cruel by nature."
Does this mean we are we doomed as a species? Ginebra seems to believe that love will save her astronaut angels.
"But there are always exceptions, in which a subject suppresses his own selfish desire for cruelty for the sake of protecting the desire of the other," she summarizes.