Through this visual exploration of a moving female form, the embodied female power, and its relation to nature and sacred, I am using photography as a technique of freedom, liberating the ancient goddess archetype from imposed images of what is worthy, of what is divine. Arising out of particularly female perspective and with the intention to create feminist imagery and symbolism, this body of work rejects the already existent imagery of women, founded on male gaze, Christianity, and Capitalism. Filling the void and lack of representation, intricately connected to prevailing societal narratives, photography will turn to its ability of reimagination, thus creating “an ellipse of language and a condensation of an ‘ineffable’ society,” in words of Roland Barthes.