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Surreal Picture Adjustment of Separated Landscapes

Polish photographer Darius Klimczak catches magnificently fascinating scenery that feature surreal elements. The black and white collection of pictures, like much of his perform, presents vast areas of land, sky, and the water that are apparently isolated and long neglected. His expert photo manipulation skills are put to good use as he decorates the spectacular scenery with puzzling visuals.

In one instance, Klimczak features a hilly region with a shrub that has bloomed large hair hair combs in place of branches popping up simply leaves. In countless other pictures, audiences are presented with an limitless wilderness adorned with uncommon abandoned vessels and pools of the water. While a ship is far more easy to understand to have cleaned up on a beachy area, one picture shows a derailed train hidden in the sand with no evidence of any paths ever having snaked through the desert. In this manner, each confusing picture has a spontaneity. Klimczak says of his work .
"[My photos] seek mood, joke and universal symbols, which can strike, make the viewer contemplate or laugh."

Darius Klimczak Isolated Landscape Photo

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