Theo Bosboom - Half burnt trees in the snow


Noir Flohay is a small pine forest in the Belgian High Fenn partly burned by a wildfire a cpuple of years ago. I visited this place in conditions of snow and fog, because it emphasizes the shapes and forms of the damaged trees, making it a surrealistic place.

Location: Noir Flohay, Belgium

Tags: Belgium, fire, High Fenn, high key, Landscape, shapes, surrealistic, trees, White, winter

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  1. Jaume Farr├ęs said:

    11/12/2016 09:45

    Looking for other natures within nature. I like hard reading pictures. Because it establishes with the image a stronger and more lasting link.