Green Silence

This ongoing landscape photography project from Hungary-based Daniel Kovalovszky, depicting various forest locations, explores the “faraway, ancient silence” of natural space.

This ongoing landscape photography project from Hungary-based Daniel Kovalovszky, depicting various forest locations, explores the “faraway, ancient silence” of natural space.

With the Green Silence series Kovalovszky aimed to capture the feeling we often seek in woods, forests, and other wild or natural landscapes, as a place for stillness and calm, away from the noise of modern life.

 

www.kovalovszky.com

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