Allan Teger's Bodyscapes consist of a series of black and white photographs in which the curves of the nude body become landscapes. The naked female and male form become ski slopes, fishing holes, golf courses and places where motorcycles, horses, rowboats, sailboats,  biplanes, and mountain climbers play. Most of the Bodyscapes  were shot with a medium format Mamiya RB67 and either Tri-X or T-Max film. Teger is based in Vero Beach, Florida and has been working on the series since 1976.