Brooke Holm Photography: Landscapes

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A glimpse at the breathtaking beauty of nature.

Based in New York City, Australian/American artist Brooke Holm uses her camera as a medium for creative expression. Her portfolio includes conceptual and still life series as well as architecture and interior photography. Among the many fantastic Brooke Holm photography series, the landscapes caught our eye.

The picturesque photos stun with their delicate beauty and creative compositions. Seen from above or simply framed to highlight a certain topography feature, the images display nature in all its glory. At the same time, some of them reimagine natural landscapes as abstract artworks. Others feature contrasts between different types of surfaces and textures, while some photos look like intricate paintings. Throughout the series, nature comes alive in various forms. Mountains and sand dunes, water and ice, rocky terrain or evergreen forests. Dramatic or serene, bold or subtle, the photographs perfectly capture the beauty of nature. Photographs courtesy and © Brooke Holm.

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