On boredpanda.com, Polish photographer Przemek Szewczyk has published 12 drone shots that have already travelled the world.
It’s the first Sunday in May, Mother’s Day. He would have loved to surprise his mother with a beautiful bouquet of flowers, but due to restrictions it would have been unfortunate to go to the florist and set up a big bouquet for mum.
Unique designs from bird’s eye view
She definitely wanted to cheer up her mother with something unique. That’s when she remembered that she had found a photo online not long before of a beautiful tulip field not far from where she lived. He thought for a moment, put his drone under his arm and drove to the spot,” the artist said.
But the field was almost cold, as most of the flowers had already been cut. The initial disappointment soon turned into a happy ending.
Fortunately, the photographer sent up his drone to photograph the harvested field, and what he saw inspired his next project. The series of images, entitled “Earth Patterns”, was intended to show the abstract patterns that Mother Nature draws on the surface and how humans make use of the natural world.
#1 Deciduous and evergreen forest in autumn (Poland)
#2 Spanish vineyard on a volcano
#3 Polish forest in winter
#4 Cut tulip field (Poland)
#5 Hel peninsula beach (Poland)
#6 Railway wagons (Poland)
#7 Repce Land (Poland)
#8 Salt-covered surface in Lanzarote (Spain)
#9 Polish snowfield
#10 Group of statues “Nierozpoznani” in Poznan (Poland)
#11 Wave breaking heaps on a Polish beach
#12 Hills in a field (Poland)