Ital­ian pho­tog­ra­ph­er Simon Lenzi loves nature very much, which can be judged with a high degree of prob­a­bil­i­ty by the calm­ness and seren­i­ty that lit­er­al­ly emanates from each of his shots.

Tranquil landscapes by Simon Lenzi

There is absolute­ly noth­ing annoy­ing, harsh, too bright or too dark in the works of the Ital­ian — just beau­ti­ful­ly cap­tured nature in its nat­ur­al splen­dor.

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The Ital­ian loves to play with con­trasts — often most of the pho­tos are occu­pied by clouds, often they are not at all in the pic­ture, and some­times they com­plete­ly merge with the land­scape into a sin­gle whole, in one pho­to you feel a light breeze, in the oth­er — com­plete calm …

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There are usu­al­ly no man-made objects in the pic­tures, but if the pho­tog­ra­ph­er still decides to cap­ture some­thing arti­fi­cial, it will look so nat­ur­al, as if this bridge or this house was grown and organ­i­cal­ly fit into the sur­round­ing land­scape by nature itself

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Lenzi him­self is a friend­ly and socia­ble per­son, glad to meet new peo­ple, espe­cial­ly if they promise him new ideas for pho­tographs, but, unlike many col­leagues, he does not pur­sue fame — it is enough for him that even a few enjoy his work

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Although, judg­ing by recent years, the pop­u­lar­i­ty of the Ital­ian is grad­u­al­ly grow­ing — he was often invit­ed to var­i­ous exhi­bi­tions and events, where it is very easy to find pho­tog­ra­phers with sim­i­lar ideas and make new friends with com­mon inter­ests.

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In today’s world, there are many pho­tog­ra­phers, unlike Lenzi, who are look­ing for them­selves in unusu­al shoot­ing meth­ods and oth­er ways of express­ing them­selves. An exam­ple is the fan­tas­tic land­scapes of Esther Burghart, made using macro pho­tog­ra­phy.

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