The Wonderful World of the Alps

The snowy peaks and quiet solitude of the Alps have been wonderfully captured by Hungarian photographer Akos Major. His talent lies in landscape photography with a mysterious twist to it, and we're loving it!

(via Behance Network)

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  1. sylvia
    sylvia says:

    taking pictures of the snow is always really really hard… !! My father, who is a mountain lover, has so many pictures of the Alps and I always found it is so hard to take them and capture what one really sees 3D

  2. gina federico
    gina federico says:

    These photos make you feel that you are up there alone – no one else’s footprints would be seen or voices heard. They are as if taken by a chough (isn’t that what those alpine, crow-like birds are called?) or an omnipotent eye. Beautiful!


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