Picture this: Gorgeous photos reveal Polish landscapes in stunning infrared
At first glance, they look like eerily perfect winter shots: trees laden with downy white leaves in a white field beneath a blue sky. Yet appearances can be misleading: Przemysław Kruk shot the landscapes using infrared photography. CE Report quoting The First News
Kruk, who lives near Częstochowa in southern Poland, has a different day job, but photography is his passion. He started thirty years ago with an analogue camera, later moving on to digital. As a landscape photographer, he has a penchant for mountains – such as the jagged Dolomites – and Polish fields, from the soft hills of Roztocze to the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland closer to home.
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