Monday, April 15

How Water Shapes Earth – 12 Exotic Aerial Photographs

We bet that after reading the title itself, you have some idea of what kind of photography project we at Fotomated are featuring today. But, these are not just Aerial Photographs, they have a highly specific theme. Milan Radisics, a skilful Hungarian aerial photographer decided to use his aerial photography to show ‘how water shapes earth’. These amazing 12 photographs shows shapes, patterns and formations of earth created by water.

‘How Water Shapes Earth’ is a highly recognised and awarded project. It is not a surprise considering the unique theme, selection of scenes and the quality of the images. See the images below to witness them yourselves.

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How Water Shapes Earth - 12 Exotic Aerial Photographs
Marshland at dawn – (c) Milan Radisics
How Water Shapes Earth - 12 Exotic Aerial Photographs
Cerebral uniqueness – (c) Milan Radisics
How Water Shapes Earth - 12 Exotic Aerial Photographs
Estuary of Affall River – (c) Milan Radisics

Since the very beginning of this planet, water was playing a big role in shaping the land and it still is and it will be in the future. These shapes, patterns and formations are too surreal when they are captured from the top. Most of them are totally like paintings. And, one will never have a clear picture of these shapes by looking at them from the gound.

How Water Shapes Earth - 12 Exotic Aerial Photographs
Fishbone shaped marshland – (c) Milan Radisics
Wheat fields on hill slopes – (c) Milan Radisics
How Water Shapes Earth - 12 Exotic Aerial Photographs
Veins of Earth – (c) Milan Radisics
How Water Shapes Earth - 12 Exotic Aerial Photographs
Marshland of Venice Lagoon – (c) Milan Radisics

The photographer, Milan Radisics surely has travelled a lot to capture these breathtaking frames. It is safe to say that his selection of scenes and framing is outstanding. Visit his website and social media channels to see lots of more aerial photographs.

Don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comments section. Enjoy the rest of the images below.

Stream patterns of Þjórsá River – (c) Milan Radisics
How Water Shapes Earth - 12 Exotic Aerial Photographs
Rose shaped ice crack – (c) Milan Radisics
How Water Shapes Earth - 12 Exotic Aerial Photographs
New life in Barbate bay – (c) Milan Radisics
Floating icebergs – (c) Milan Radisics
How Water Shapes Earth - 12 Exotic Aerial Photographs
Remnants of Guate River – (c) Milan Radisics

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