“Europe From Above”: Striking Drone Photography By Ewout Pahud de Mortanges – Design You Trust

“Europe From Above”: Striking Drone Photography By Ewout Pahud de Mortanges

Spectacular aerial landscapes by Ewout Pahud de Mortanges, a gifted 27-years old self-taught photographer, traveler, and coach currently based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Ewout focuses mainly on landscapes, cityscapes, and drone photography. He travels all over Europe, and Asia to capture outstanding natural and urban landscapes.

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