Majestic topographical photographs frame the rugged textures and serene colors of the Earth’s landscapes

Photography

#aerial photo #drones #landscapes

June 29, 2022

Grace Ebert

Múlagljúfur Gorge, Iceland. All images © Vadim Sherbakov, shared with permission

From the misty waters of Benagil, Portugal, to the craggy Múlagljúfur Gorge in Iceland, the recordings that make up Vadim Sherbakov’s body of work capture the breadth and beauty of landscapes around the world. The photographer (formerly) uses a combination of drones and cameras equipped with wide lenses to capture the natural colors and textures of Earth’s topographies: wind-swept snow ripples over magical Lake Baikal, a hazy mist blankets the rocky canyons of Sigölduglijufur and stars speckle the sky over scenic Val di Funes. Often taken in the early morning or evening hours, the images exemplify the serene, calming atmosphere of natural environments.

In addition to his photography practice, Sherbakov has an extensive archive of films that highlight remote regions as well as cities around the world. You can find more of his work on his site and on Behance. (via Regular Magazine)

Lake Baikal, Russia

Moscow, Russia

Mulagljufur Canyon, Iceland

Bruarfoss Waterfall, Iceland

Altai Mountains, Russia

Benagil, Portugal

Sigolduglijufur, Iceland

Val di Funes, Italy

#aerial photo #drones #landscapes

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