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Frozen World by Arnaud Bathiard

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Famous images in which time seems to have stopped for a crystal-clear moment. At first glance, it may seem easy to photograph the scenery of water and nature, but it takes patience, effort and, above all, the good eye of the photographer, which the author of the images, Arnaud Bathiard, certainly has. The pictures are taken in different places at different times, but they still retain the same and beautiful appearance. Arnaud is a lover of less color and black and white scenery because, as he wrote, editing a color photos tortures him. Beautiful, clean images depict a frozen and quiet world in a minimalist style, just buy a print on a website and hang them on the wall. Photos below!

Photography: Arnaud Bathiard

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