Aerial photography captures the beauty of how water shapes our planet

Water.Shapes.Earth is a spectacular photographic project from veteran artist and storyteller Milan Radisics. The project tells the story of how water shapes the planet using aerial photography to deliver a series of stunning images that sit on the border between abstract art and documentary realism... Continue Reading Aerial photography captures the beauty of how water shapes our planet Category: Digital Cameras Tags: Aerial Drone photography Photography River Water

Aerial photography captures the beauty of how water shapes our planet

Water.Shapes.Earth is a spectacular photographic project from veteran artist and storyteller Milan Radisics. The project tells the story of how water shapes the planet using aerial photography ...

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