Idyllic Photographs of the Tuscan and Moravian Landscapes by Marcin Sobas

More landscapes! These are just stunning – between the light, rolling shapes, and color -absolutely beautiful!

Idyllic Photographs of the Tuscan and Moravian Landscapes by Marcin Sobas Tuscany landscapes Italy

Idyllic Photographs of the Tuscan and Moravian Landscapes by Marcin Sobas Tuscany landscapes Italy

Idyllic Photographs of the Tuscan and Moravian Landscapes by Marcin Sobas Tuscany landscapes Italy

Idyllic Photographs of the Tuscan and Moravian Landscapes by Marcin Sobas Tuscany landscapes Italy

Idyllic Photographs of the Tuscan and Moravian Landscapes by Marcin Sobas Tuscany landscapes Italy

Idyllic Photographs of the Tuscan and Moravian Landscapes by Marcin Sobas Tuscany landscapes Italy

Idyllic Photographs of the Tuscan and Moravian Landscapes by Marcin Sobas Tuscany landscapes Italy

Idyllic Photographs of the Tuscan and Moravian Landscapes by Marcin Sobas Tuscany landscapes Italy

Poland-based photographer Marcin Sobas captures mesmerizing images of agricultural fields and hills of Tuscany, Italy and the Czech Republic (first photo). Sobas approach is unique in that instead of capturing the entirety of the landscape he instead uses a telephoto zoom lens allowing him to take tightly cropped shots that appear both immense in scale but extremely specific in scope. You can read more about his process in an interview over on 500x, and click through any of the images above to see them full size.

Found @ thisiscolossal.com

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