Travel Photography| Landscape

As Ansel Adams said on Landscape photography “To the complaint, ‘There are no people in these photographs,’ I respond, There are always two people: the photographer and the viewer.” It is such a true line from a legendary photographer. Henceforth, a landscape that shows the beauty of nature can’t be described in words.

Sweep: Risk it to blossom with nature
Pavement: A road not taken
Stroke: Longing to be seen
Countryside: Filled with endless possibilities
Serenity: Love the moment wildly
Blacktop: Travel with no regrets
Woodie: Repotting with new perspective

On the whole, the landscape genre deals with the beauty and facts of nature. And the photographer’s eye is the one who can observe differently. Furthermore, making awe-stuck serenity shots for the viewers.

Photographs by: Ashik George Bastin, Kerala

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