A selection of my photos

As you might imagine, I’m taking a lot of photos. And, of course, not all of them are truly worth watching. Deciding which of them are is a difficult task! (And every friend I asked would have picked different ones to share here!)

Selected for Chromecast

This album is small, but it also contains my perhaps most widely known work, thanks to its publication in Google Chromecast and Google Pixel Community Lens libraries. I’m very proud of these recognitions, and I hope this selection can grow in time.


Probably the majority of my photos fall into this category. I like traveling to remote places. I like sleeping on mountaintops. Following these passions often allows me to capture some unique views.


I love taking photos of wildlife. This kind of photography requires organizing a unique sort of trip. And most of my friends have limited patience with me sitting for hours in a bush. If you’re also a photographer with a similar interests, perhaps you would like to team up?


This album primarily focuses on showcasing the various ways I like to travel. The photos here might not be as visually appealing, but I love them because they remind me of the experiences. If you feel a connection while viewing them, perhaps we should consider traveling together?


  1. (translated by Google)
    I love your sense of taking the light in every detail
    Greetings from Chile

  2. Have just come across a photograph of wildlife on my screensaver and searched to come across your website.Must say that you are an amazing photographer with beautiful photos,some of the best I’ve ever seen.
    Beauty ,great colours and detail.

  3. Hi, I’m from Australia and your picture of the little bird just popped up on my tv screen saver so I googled you and have found all your amazing photos!!! What a spectacular photographer you are. I love taking photographs and have taken many lessons so hopped on here to say thanks for inspiring me to try harder 😊

  4. Hello, from Australia 👋

    Just wanted to say i love you’re work! I found you, on google chromecast, screensaver & immediately followed you, on instagram. Beautiful photos 😍 photos that make you want to dream of going to and so mesmorising. Out of all the screensavers, your work, is my favorite! Keep up the good work, look forward to seeing more from you!

    1. Likewise in Australia, I googled in admiration [after seeing the bird(tern?)sitting atop the ice!] I’m so glad there’s a way to follow & view more, as well as to share. I’ve been feeling quite low & this image gave my heart a lift! I’m looking forward to exploring the portfolio.

  5. Your photography is stunning and captures the beauty of nature. I absolutely love the photo of the Eurasian bullfinch – it brings me such joy!

  6. Thank you for sharing your amazingly beautiful photographs.
    How can one get lost in a photograph of mossy green mountains forming a slender valley? It just happened to me. There is a stillness, with a magnetic, irresistible desire to absorb the place you have revealed. You have a remarkable talent. It is rare that an image creates stillness and wonder.

  7. I look at the arctic fox photo everyday, brings so much happiness to my life.
    All your work is so amazing and beautifully shot

  8. Dziękuję za te zdjęcia – dają wspaniały moment zatrzymania i refleksji 🙂 [ps. w lisku zakochałam się, bo zatrzymał się odurzony zapachem trawy… przynajmniej tak to widzę :D]

  9. I seen your work on Chromecast. It’s absolutely beautiful I love landscaping pictures. Landscaping pictures have always been my favorite. They are all over my house here in the United States. I’ve always dreamed about traveling the world, my partner and we love looking at your photos. We love being outside exploring. My partner always wanted to save up the funds to go to Iceland and Greenland or Norway. You’re very very talented.

  10. Your “An arctic fox sunbathing” came up on my Sony TV wallpaper and I had to search for your work. I love that photo. It’d make a great iPhone wallpaper. Have you thought about releasing them to fit a phone wallpaper size. I’ve saved it but as a landscape photo unfortunately you don’t get to see much of it.

    1. Thank you! Cropping a photo to fit a different screeen is relatively a simply process, and probably you might be able to do it yourself. Try googling “How to crop a photo for iphone wallpaper”, I’m sure you will find a good walkthrough 🙂

  11. I thought the lonely tree was in the English Lake District but I see it is in Georgia. Now I got to go to Georgia.
    Thankyou for capturing such a beautiful image.

  12. Hi, your fox pic came up on Google chromecast screensaver. I was totally mesmerized by it. I was stunned by the serene scene. In many years this is the time i have stopped to look at something this authentic deep and just stay still for five minutes. I googled you up and now have become fan of your work sir. ❤️👍👏👏👏

  13. Every night my wife and i watch your photos in google chromecast. they are so impressive. thanks for have taken these pictures. we are from Iran.

  14. cześć, I too have seen your work on Google Chrome and was amazed with forest & mist and the Fox !
    I share you love for wildlife and I too like to take photos, though nothing as good as yours. I too would like to spend more time taking wildlife photos and I find the best venues are animal sanctuaries.

  15. Saw one of your photos on Google Chrome, and now admiring your others. They are very very good – thanks for sharing the beauty of your world with us!

  16. I’m here from Chromecast as well 😂 Then I sent you a tweet and now I’m here. Anywho, I came here because of the wolf. I loved the leaf covered bridge. Also the cow! Aww. And the frosted trees made me homesick. Quite an an emotional rollercoaster I’ve just endured. It was a great ride.

  17. My daughter and I saw your work on Comcast. We were particularly intrigued and captivated by the beauty of the purple, orange and white “cloud formations” over the forest. We wonder if it is fog, smoke or maybe snow? Will you please provide a little information about that photograph? Many thanks!

    1. Hi Ursula! Thank you for your comment! It’s a layer of fog, but it was indeed a very weirdly behaving fog! It’s orange on one side, because the sun was shining there (while most of the other parts were in the shadow). You might also want to take a look at the caption below the photo on this page: https://rygielski.net/278/

  18. Hi! I saw your baby fox photo on Chromecast, and had to look you up. I absolutely LOVE all the photos on your site. Fantastic work, please never stop!!

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