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A couple blend in to the rain forest after having body paint applied by artist, Orly Faya. These remarkably romantic photos of couples covered in bodypaint show them perfectly at one with nature. Orly Faya travels all over the world with her case of brushes and paints, merging people into their surroundings.

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The couple blend into the image with almost perfect camouflage amongst the trees after being painted by artist, Orly Faya. He finds the most beautiful nature spots around before sensually painting couples, offering an intense and loving experience bringing romance right down to earth.

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A couple hold eachother as they are photographed on a mountain top among trees and flowers. Orly said: "I love nature and I love the human form, and merging these elements is a kind of alchemy that causes people to reconnect to their true nature.

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A piece of driftwood has been used to flow through the bodys of this couple, intertwining their love together. A merge session takes at least three days which includes choosing a location, the ceremony, production, post-production picnic, final editing and file supply.

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A couple hold hands and look out towards the sea standing on a boat after having body paint applied by artist, Orly Faya who then photographs them in situ. Orly said: "Ironically my Merging passion was born right after a painful break up, when World Wildlife Fund commissioned me to create a camouflage installation of a woman merged with sea turtles."

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David Carr, 53 and Suzanna Amerikow, 57 stand proud as they are merged into the landscape by aritst, Orly Faya who used body paint to blend the couple into the landscape.

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This couple have had the sea painted on their bodys. Artist, Orly Faya then waited for the perfect set of waves to match the artwork and captured this image using her camera. Their lower halves are then removed to allow a seamless transition into the landscape.

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A couple embrace in the landscape after having their bodys painted so they blend in with the landscape. Artist, Orly Faya sometimes removes the couples lower bodies in post processing to allow a seamless flow into the landscape.