Russian photographer Daniel Kordan chases light.
Light and color, he says, “inspire people to live and open their hearts to the world.” And so his ethereal art sets out to showcase the lives and dreams of the international community and the fairy tale wonder of the world. And it succeeds remarkably well. For the past decade he’s been traveling the globe as a renowned landscape photographer—not just on his own, but as a guide for other soul-seekers interested in finding themselves in the light and lives of the farthest gorgeous remote corners of our fair planet. Each photograph, each captured instance of life, has a story.
The Spirit Island
“Photo from my recent expedition to Greenland. Our yacht Peter the First sailing near Umanak island. I have arrived to Canada today for one month. I am making a project in Rocky Mountains.” Continue reading »