Spanish photography, Lola Guerrera, traveled to the Mexican desert to create her series “Nebula Humilis” or in layman’s terms, colored-smoke-clouds.  This type of photography seems to be a trend we’ve been seeing lately, but its so damn pretty who’s complaining? Guerrera says her series is an attempt to give the decollete landscape “a voice.” The beautiful juxtaposition of the brightly colored (and very unnatural) smoke on these natural landscapes seems to hint at the presence of man and the exploitation of the regions natural resources. [LolaGuerrera]