Minimalism in Nature Photography

When you say minimalist nature photographs, most people envision minimalist photographs of landscapes. But the same category may also include a macro photo or a photograph of animals and plants. Since animal photos have their own category, you can find here mainly photos of plants, natural still life, stones and other close up photos.

Minimalism in Nature Photography: Field
Minimalism in Nature Photography: Field. Rows of young barley in the spring field. Some could say that this is not minimalism and maybe it is true. But I think minimalism does not mean that there must be big and empty space on the photo. It can also be about repeating patterns, lines or shapes. Overall, the photos must be simple.
Minimalism in Nature Photography: Stones Harmony
Minimalism in Nature Photography: Stones Harmony. Tower built from pebbles by the river Jizera in the Czech Republic. Photo backgrounds form partially blurred green ripples on the river. Taken with a Tamron 70-300mm lens. I photographed the photo when we were on a walk with my three children on Rieger’s trail near Semily.
Tree trunks
Tree trunks
Winter Forest
Winter Forest

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