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Frozen Landscapes Tell A Winter’s Tale In New Photographs By Kilian Schönberger

German photographer Kilian Schönberger (previously) is known for capturing otherworldly images of his natural surroundings. His latest series, Winter’s Tale, was shot in the mountain ranges of Germany and central Europe and showcases the desaturated, hushed landscapes of snow-covered forests.

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“A Magnificent Sculptures By Nature”: Otherworldly ‘Earth Pyramids’ Captured In The Foggy Early Morning Light By Photographer Kilian Schönberger

Photographer Kilian Schönberger climbed the Alps late at night to capture one of the mountain range’s strangest segments, alien-like columns found in South Tyrol, an autonomous province in Northern Italy. His series Otherworld showcases the so-called “earth pyramids” in a hazy dawn light, strange creations that appear like stalagmites freed from their underground caves.

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“Autumn At The Lake”: These Stunning Photos Will Remind You Of Wonderland

Cologne-based photographer Kilian Schönberger (previously featured) is known for his amazing landscape and architect photography, and his latest series Autumn at the Lake is a testament to his talent. It captures the hidden beauty of a fading summer at a remote lake in north-eastern Germany.

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Every Spring This Forest In Belgium Becomes A Blue Wonderland

Kilian Schönberger

There’s a mystical forest in Belgium, not far from Brussels, that will take your breath away if you visit it in April or May. Every spring, Hallebros, or Bois de Hal (Halle Forest in Dutch), a beautiful 552 ha forest, is carpeted with a thick layer of bluebell flowers.

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Poland’s Mysterious “Crooked Forest” Populated with 400 Bent Pine Trees


Located just outside of Nowe Czarnowo, West Pomerania, Poland, there lies a pine grove known as the “Crooked Forest.” It is one of the most unusual forests in Central Europe. What makes this grove of approximately 400 trees so bizarre is that instead of growing naturally, each tree is bent at 90 degrees near the base, causing a wide arc to the top.

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