Aerial photography enables us to capture completely new and uncommonly beautiful views. When we rise above any scene, we discover completely new things. Still, the natural landscape continues to contain reflections, which are capable of rendering a sight far different from how it is in reality. Every reflection—which, in the classical sense, makes the picture more painterly—also detracts from its authenticity.
Hungarian photographer Gábor Nagy’s pictures show us almost a surreal perspective of nature and our surroundings as we have never seen before. His unique pictures capture the isolated places of Central European sites like the Dolomites and the Alps as the photographer is quite fond of traveling and hiking. Gábor has shot striking pictures that were taken in different seasons and are far from our habitual observations.