Which one of my two versions captures the real concept of bodyscape photography?
I would have to say neither, since both images are instantly recognizable as a female nude with very little to suggest it is also anything else. The concept of Bodyscape photography is to photograph a human body in such a way that at first glance it appears to either be something else, usually a landscape, or it is so well integrated into an actual landscape that only after further examination is it clear that much more of the scene than is initially evident is in fact part of a human body. Even when it becomes clear to the viewer that a human body has been photographed to create the work, there also remains the other reality that the body is used to depict.
Allan Teger is the person who coined the term Bodyscape to describe the photographic works he began creating in 1975 to illustrate the concept of two simultaneous realities that he was teaching in college psychology courses. His bio at his page describes what he means by Bodyscape in a definitive explanation. It seems to him to be a duality that is both human body and landscape at the same time without either excluding the other.
For some excellent examples of Bodyscape photography, please see Bodyscape Photography – 20 Brilliant Examples, 30 Creative Camouflaged Body-scape Photographs by Jean Paul Bourdier, and Allan Teger’s Bodyscape Photographs.