Albert Dros is an award-winning Dutch photographer, whose works are featured in Time, The Huffington Post, The Daily Mail, National Geographic many more media channels. We at Fotomated have brought an interesting photography project of him for our viewers.
In the Netherlands, during the Spring, the temperature drops below zero on some occasional nights. Those are sleepless nights for the fruit growers since they have to spray all the fruit trees with water to save their flowers and buds. Even though it sounds strange, it actually protects the flowers. The water freezes around the flowers creating a protective ice layer and it protects the flowers from really destructive ‘frost’.
In the morning when the sunlight floods, the ice melts and the flowers awake unharmed. The frozen water around the flowers creates a stunning sight in the morning. Albert Dros has captured that beauty in his camera. Take a look at the beautiful photographs he captured below.
These photographs are captured in the first week of April. It is really magical sight. The ice cover almost looks like a part of the tree itself.
Albert Dros is mainly a Landscape photographer, but, his works are not limited to that particular genre. He is a great nature and macro photographer as well.
He has captured this beauty very cleverly. The sight is more beautiful since they are captured close. Feel free to share your thoughts on these photographs in the comments section. Enjoy the rest of the photographs below.