Cig Harvey's series Gardening at Night is breathtaking. I love the quiet beauty she creates in her photographs of her friends and family. The remind me of fairy tales that never existed, forgotten dreams, and children's flights of fancy.
Chema Madoz creates surreal images with her camera. Simple still lives with layers of symbolism. Portraits that reveal more than the person. Her website is in Spanish, but even if you can't read it, there are many more images to check out.
Jen Lewis' series Beauty in Blood features beautiful, lush, colorful photos that are full of life and movement. Seemingly abstract, the fact that they are menstrual blood makes them even more beautiful if that is even possible. As a cisgendered woman, menstrual blood -- the physical representation of the cycle of life; a symbolic transition from childhood; one of the first times we were taught to have shame -- period blood is still often a taboo subject.
I am in absolutely in love with Heather Evans Smith's dreamy, feminine, surrealist photographs. Like moments from a fairy tale I never read, they feel familiar and I find myself entwined in the imaginary worlds she creates in front of her camera.