Krzysztof Browko is a 38 years old photographer from Opole, Poland.
He’s always been the creative type, and fascinated with nature and photography ever since he was a little boy.
Exploring and traveling is therapy for him, which is why he’s often found camping up in the foot of the mountain or close to rivers and lakes by himself.
His fine art prints are in personal and corporate collections across the world, and they have been exhibited in numerous galleries, museums, and National Parks.
The rural countryside, with its rolling lines, is one of my favourite places to be captured.
Colourful patches on the soil are caused, most probably, by erosion.
This phenomena, so characteristic for this region, is very often mistaken for shadows cast by clouds.
Not surprisingly, you can also very often come across some huge machines struggling to climb the rather steep land.
With focal length/focus of 100mm or more, you can spot some interesting parts of the landscape and at the same time narrow the perspective.
Undulating landscapes of Tuscany or Moravia are perfect for me to get the results I want.