Landscape Landscape Probably the majority of my photos falls 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. Captured in Tusheti mountains, Georgia. A memorable night in the mountains over Grindelwald, Switzerland. This was June, which is considered one of the best months to shoot Milky Way in the northern hemisphere. It's hard to tell if the view was better by night or day! Captured in Central Balkan National Park, Bulgaria. That feeling when you hadn't seen any people in the last couple of days. And at night, you can't see any traces of light pollution on the horizon. Somewhere off-trail in Tusheti mountains, Georgia. I often get asked what's in this shot and how I took it. It's a layer of fog, very slowly flowing up from the river valley. It's not a long exposure. It's just a unique and rare atmospheric effect. And yes, seeing it with my own eyes was truly stunning! Taken in Sarek National Park, Sweden. I snapped this shot in Sarek National Park, Sweden. It was a very early morning, perhaps half an hour after sunrise. And what a sunrise it was! That's only one of many photos I took this morning. Despite appearances, that's not a drone photo. We slept at the top of the mountain this night. It was certainly worth it! The rings of light in this photo are called star trails. The stars, like the sun during the daytime, move from east to west across the sky every night. While you cannot see this movement with a naked eye, a camera set for long exposure captures the movement quite nicely. Each star creates an arc of light in a photo. The length of each arc depends on the exposure time (in case of this photo it was around 90 minutes). The star in the center is Polaris - since it always points north, it almost doesn't move, and its arc is barely visible.